Tag "mesterséges intelligencia"

Let’s dare to look into the future!

AI: opportunity and threat In February K&H Group organised the Innovation 2062 conference, where participants discussed various future-related topics. The first speaker was Balázs Németh, chief innovation officer of K&H...

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Virtual is the new reality

Refillable products are more and more popular. Both retailers and brands pursue this sustainable path, e.g. recently Asda has opened four stores offering refillable products. At the same time eco-conscious...

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Falusi Kosár and DoDo team up for the market entry of small famers

Start-up Falusi Kosár and artificial intelligence based delivery service provider DoDo have joined forces, to take the products of small farmers to city dwellers: orders placed in the online shop...

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AI optimises supply chains and personalises retail offers

Recent years have witnessed two key retail trends: the move towards more personalised, curated customer offers, and pressure from stakeholders to tackle waste in the industry. UK-based Dressipi is working...

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Ingredients database helps companies launch better food products

According to food tech company Journey Foods, the global food industry is broken, with supply chain inefficiencies, sustainability failings, and malnutrition adding up to a broken system. In response, the...

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Magazine: László Mérő: ‘There are more valuables in the junkyard of the rich man than in the house of the poor man’

Trade magazin’s Business Podcast, Future Talks with Szilvia Krizsó continues In the latest episode of the Future Talks podcast Szilvia Krizsó’s guest was mathematician and psychologist László Mérő. This article...

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Digital employees could transform financial services

The traditional bureaucratic system of paper forms and bank manager approvals has been replaced by apps and websites that let consumers move money at the touch of a button. Now...

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E-commerce: The sky is the limit

Artificial intelligence, grown social media influence, portable purchase – these are only a few features which define the e-commerce trends of 2021. Never has it grown so stable than now....

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Logistics firm uses predictive analysis to speed shipping

For many manufacturers and freight forwarders, shipments are still being managed using the phone and spreadsheets. Now, startup Portcast is working to change that, by tracking shipments in real time. Portcast gathers shipping...

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Norway’s Meny Cuts Food Waste From Bread By 34%

In the past six months, Norwegian retail chain Meny has achieved an overall 34% reduction in food waste generated from bread. The retail chain hopes to prevent the equivalent of...

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Magazin: AI is the future

Fulbright research scholar Dr Katalin Fehér, an expert of artificial intelligence (AI) based society and culture was the guest of Chain Bridge Club. Dr Katalin Fehér explained that machine learning...

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(HU) A járvány a HR területen is „új normalitást” hozott

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Dutch retailer Jumbo tests smart shopping trolleys

Dutch retailer Jumbo trialled a smart shopping trolley featuring cameras, a touchscreen and artificial intelligence capabilities. The pilot projects assesses whether these innovations offer potential future added value for customers....

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Visa Introduces AI-Powered Innovations for Smarter Payments

Visa Inc. (NYSE: V) today announced VisaNet +AI, a suite of AI-powered services that address long-standing challenges and pain points for banks, merchants and consumers—including delays and confusion with managing...

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Magazine: Cautiousness and innovation

The future is uncertain Most consumers think the pandemic has changed their shopping habits for good. Shopkick asked 14,000 US consumers what 2021 will be like in terms of shopping...

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Nébih became a member of the Artificial Intelligence Coalition

The National Food Chain Safety Office (Nébih) has also joined the Artificial Intelligence Coalition – Nébih told MTI on Friday. By participating in the forum, Nébih can become one of...

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The robot dog is visiting Hungary

Alza.hu is the first to bring the development of Boston Dynamics, Spot, the robot dog, to Hungary. Alza’s commitment to innovation, robotics, cybernetics and artificial intelligence has been unshakable since...

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Artificial intelligence is one of the big winners of the pandemic

While for the time being, everyday users are just tasting the term artificial intelligence, AI and machine learning have become virtually unnoticed as one of the protagonists of our daily...

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Syngenta opens a new chapter with the help of artificial intelligence

Syngenta’s plant protection business will partner with artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning company Insilico Medicine. The aim is to accelerate the development of new, even more effective plant protection...

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The future of the supply chain: Cobots, drones and artificial intelligence cameras

The Deloitte Technology Trends 2021 study has revealed: in the near future members of the supply chain will focus on sharing data, and the whole product chain will become visible...

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Digitalisation: Hesitant companies

According to a global survey conducted by EY with the participation of 1,001decision-makers, 62 percent of executives think they should completely transform the way their company works within 2 years,...

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ASmart shelf developed in Hungary can help food producers and traders to operate more efficiently

With a Hungarian development, manufacturers of fast-selling products in stores can get faster and more accurate data than traditional market research methods with the smart shelf solution of Telenor’s partner,...

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Job Market 2020: artificial intelligence will help you select the best candidates

Due to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, several industries have turned to the supply of the former demand job market – there are areas where three times as...

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The labor market split into two: for some jobs oversubscription is up to 200 times

The Hungarian labor market seems to be splitting in two: over-application for certain positions can be as much as 200 times, while there is still a large shortage of IT...

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Japanese Robot To Clock In At A Convenience Store In Test Of Retail Automation

In August, a robot vaguely resembling a kangaroo will begin stacking sandwiches, drinks and ready meals on shelves at a Japanese convenience store in a test its maker, Telexistence, hopes will...

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WHC: companies resumed 40-60 percent of their previous production after the first wave of the pandemic

In recent weeks, a certain level of reorganization has already been felt in the domestic labor market following the first wave of the pandemic. On average, 40-60 percent of previous...

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In a storm of changes: Food trends in 2020

Grocery stores need to invest and develop faster than they would like to if they want to keep up with consumption changes and their competitors. However, this situation seems to...

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PLMA News

Big Data – big challenge Big data revolutionises retail trade, and according to a study by Capgemini, although 25 percent of 250 leading retail companies are utilising some kind of...

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The Chatboss Team of Hungary is among the world’s most promising artificial intelligence startups

The Hungarian ChatBoss Team has been selected as one of the most promising artificial intelligence startups in the world to develop innovative business and dedicated HR chatbot solutions. The so-called....

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A restructuring information and communication technologies market

Tamás Laufer, president of the Hungarian Association of IT Companies (IVSZ) told: In just 5 years the direct and indirect gross value added (GVA) of the information and communication technologies...

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