Digitalisation and technology predictions for evidence-based sectors

IT Brief Australia recently published VIQ Solutions’ technology predictions for evidence-based sectors in 2021. Check out the article here: https://itbrief.com.au/story/digitalisation-and-technology-predictions-for-evidence-based-sectors

Digitalisation and technology predictions for evidence-based sectors

RemoteWorker Tech Asia recently published VIQ Solutions’ technology predictions for evidence-based sectors in 2021. Check out the article here: https://remoteworkertech.asia/story/digitalisation-and-technology-predictions-for-evidence-based-sectors

Digitalisation and technology predictions for evidence-based sectors

IT Brief New Zealand recently published VIQ Solutions’ technology predictions for evidence-based sectors in 2021. Check out the article here: https://itbrief.co.nz/story/digitalisation-and-technology-predictions-for-evidence-based-sectors

2021 Technology Use Will Lead to Efficiencies in Insurance, Law Enforcement and Legal Industries

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From the legal industry to law enforcement and insurance, 2020 has proved that adopting modern technologies has been necessary to maintain business operations and deliver efficiencies. With the unprecedented effects of Covid-19 on in-person litigation, and the harmful effects of natural disasters increasing insurance claims, 2020 has changed the way many industries do business.

2021 Digitalization and Technology Predictions in Evidence-Based Markets

Like in years past, people are always trying to become more efficient in the workplace, and the evidence-based market is no different. With the unprecedented effects of COVID-19 in 2020, the year 2021 will be quite a year for innovation. It is believed evidence-based markets will look to leverage technology, digitalization, automation, artificial intelligence and ways to increase security.

Court Reporter Shortage – Technology to Fill the Void

The number of available certified court reporters nationwide is dwindling. With fewer people joining the profession, and many retiring, the issue is soon to be at the forefront of the court systems. With litigators and officials looking to fill the void and a landscape leaning towards a digital solution, now is the time to take a hard look at alternatives. So, what can be done to fill the void?

AI Assumptions, True or False

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To fully gain value and create a real benefit from Artificial Intelligence (AI), business leaders and technologists must totally understand what AI is, and the specifics of what it is capable of from a larger scale perspective. The hype and enthusiasm around AI have created many myths and assumptions, and some believe AI is nothing more than a buzzword, without understanding its full ability to produce results.