"The next step is to make Swarm AI technology available to all teams, big and small..." - Dr. Louis Rosenberg, CEO of Unanimous AI
SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) March 05, 2019
Unanimous AI, winners of Best in Show and AI Innovation of the Year at the 2018 South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Innovation Awards, will return to Austin as a finalist for the 2019 awards. At the event, Unanimous AI will announce the beta release of Swarm, the world’s first on-demand SaaS platform for amplifying the intelligence of business teams.
Powered by AI algorithms modeled on biological swarms, the Swarm platform enables any business team to harness their combined knowledge, wisdom and insight, to generate optimized forecasts, evaluations, prioritizations and decisions. Although a sophisticated intelligence tool for enterprise teams, Swarm is fast and easy to use, requiring no technical knowledge or programming skills. Teams are up and running in minutes.
Swarm Intelligence, the science behind Swarm technology, is the reason why birds flock, bees swarm, and fish school – they are smarter together than alone. By forming closed-loop systems, these organisms produce insights, together in groups, that greatly exceed the abilities of any individual member. While humans have not evolved this ability naturally, Swarm technology enables this using AI, allowing groups to amplify their intelligence by forming real-time swarms.
“We’ve been developing Swarm AI technology for five years” said Dr. Louis Rosenberg, CEO of Unanimous, “and have proven its power with some of the largest companies in the world. The next step is to make Swarm AI technology available to all teams, big and small, so we’re thrilled to announce the Beta release of Swarm. With applications in marketing, sales, strategy, finance, HR, and engineering, we’re excited to help teams of all kinds get smarter.”
The technology behind Swarm has been validated through many academic studies. For example, Swarm was recently used by Stanford Medical School in one of the most critical tasks facing teams, medical diagnosis. The published study showed that Swarm enabled small groups of doctors to reduce their diagnostic errors by over 30%, an achievement for which the Swarm platform was named a finalist for 2019 Medical Innovation of the Year by SXSW.