Information management is becoming ever more complex, requiring workplaces to proactively embrace digital transformation solutions. The Semantic Platform is Konica Minolta’s digital platform solution to address the problem of information overload and manage the growing complexity of data in workplaces.
For the third consecutive year, Konica Minolta participated in the Machine Learning Prague conference. The main topic was centred on practical applications of various branches of machine learning. At our booth our researchers showcased our current projects in the field of advanced multimedia analytics: Visual Quality Inspection and Customer Behaviour Analysis, as well as the Cognitive Hub and IoT solutions and services.
At Konica Minolta we are committed to understand the workplace of the future and to find the best solutions for our customers. Almost one year after the presentation of Cognitive Hub during the AI Summit of New York, where partners and clients were introduced for the first time to our platform of platforms, today we present the Semantic Platform, one of the key elements on which the Cognitive Hub is built.
Recently, there has been a growing trend for companies to focus on boosting employee engagement and productivity. The Digital Workplace Experience Summit 2018 allowed us to see inside the world’s most successful digital workplaces and learn more about the latest trends, best practices for digital transformation, as well as emerging technological solutions.
At Konica Minolta Laboratory Europe, we are committed to sharing new ideas on digital workplaces and finding new academic and industrial partners to collaborate with. And recently, we took this further afield, attending the International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction over the 15th-20th of July in Las Vegas, USA. This 20th edition of HCI International welcomed c1700 participants from 74 countries, hosting 12 affiliated conferences (full details available here) under the auspices of 14 distinguished international boards.