Join Us at BioData World Congress 2018

From 28-29 November 2018, the CCC team will in Basel, Switzerland to attend BioData World Congress. The conference will bring together academia, industry and healthcare to discuss and debate how to come together to improve efficiencies within bio IT and biodata to the benefit of patients worldwide.

CCC’s Vice President of Engineering and Professional Services, Álvaro Garcia Neto, will present on the potential capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI) to address discoverability challenges.

Answering the Unasked Question – How AI Impacts Discoverability 

Thursday, 29 November, 14:30 

With 2.5 million scientific papers published annually (and growing), researchers today are overwhelmed by published information. However, the mismatch between the amount of published information and the ability to consume it creates a serious discoverability problem that hampers knowledge-based enterprises.

Standard AI techniques have been used to support call centers for years, and those same techniques can enable powerful federated search engines to volunteer results that have not been requested by the researcher. This is a powerful approach to address discoverability challenges can give organizations a competitive edge.

Learn how AI and powerful federated search engines can improve discoverability for researchers and provide the right results – by answering unasked questions.

Get in Touch with CCC

Please stop by our Stand #37 to meet the CCC team, and follow all of the action with @copyrightclear and the hashtag #BioDataCongress.

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Author: Álvaro Garcia Neto

Álvaro Garcia Neto serves as Vice President of Engineering and Professional Services. He is responsible for driving the design and implementation of advanced technology to empower CCC customers with sophisticated knowledge management solutions. Prior to joining CCC, Garcia Neto was a Senior Director at Nuance Communications for 18 years. He led a team developing cutting-edge speech recognition technology, natural language understanding and AI-based customer care systems for the majority of Fortune 500 and Fortune Global 500 companies. Garcia Neto previously served as Head of Software Development of Motorola’s Research Institute and Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer at the University of São Paulo.
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