Artificial intelligence used to classify electronic documents

The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has become the first government agency to operate wholly in the cloud – and is now using the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to automatically classify records and documents.  The project, called RADICAL (Record and Document Innovation and Capture – Artificial Learning), …

Government CIOs focusing more on analytics

There is growing recognition among government CIOs that all levels of government are evolving to be better organizers and supervisors of public data, a new survey suggests. Government CIOs have begun to focus increasingly on high-level data use, Rick Howard, a VP analyst at Gartner, told StateScoop, and “those who are …

Regulatory pressure is reshaping big data as we know it

It should come as no surprise to anyone monitoring the burgeoning big data ecosystem that the increasing quantity of data being generated, the majority of which is unstructured—combined with the growing number of external data sources and quotidian nature of data breaches—has led to today’s hyper-sensitive regulatory environment. It was …

AI is fundamentally changing how we manage content

Content management is about to undergo a foundational shift as artificial intelligence and machine learning bring long-sought order to enterprise content. As the volume of content has increased, the ability to manage it all seems to have eluded us. Ironic, since Content Management Systems were supposed to solve the enterprise …