During an important visit to our headquarters by a highly regarded company, one of the customers remarked a phrase that we at Novatech have heard many a time before…
‘I didn’t know you did that'
The same customers were amazed when they looked around and realised what we're capable of in-house and from some of the many projects we have worked on in the past.
The retail website is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Novatech’s projects, making up only 50% of what we do. For nearly a decade, we’ve been working hard to diversify our offering. It's particularly hard to vaunt due to non-disclosure agreements, confidentiality clauses, proprietary hardware, and such. We also take our security and data protection extremely seriously. But it never hurts to be proud of what we are achieving.
Novatech are no longer just 'builders' or 'suppliers', we are trusted technology partners. And we work with some amazing companies. We offer consultation advice, complete project management, plus support - of course.
So, we’ve decided to take you 'behind the scenes', show you what our dedicated and specialist teams get up to (as much as we're allowed to, anyway…)
Adapting future AI with Novatech's Deep Learning solutions
The way we work is changing; the last decade has seen the possibilities of science-fiction pinched from the aisles of fiction and into the properties of real-life solutions. We have been seeing this first hand at Novatech. By keeping ahead with innovation, we are doing our part to keep you in tune with the future too. Artificial Intelligence has evolved from the minds of Asimov and Philip K Dick and is finding its home with our Deep Learning solutions, launching this month.
Discover an exciting, complex program that will guide you through that extra step towards the modern age of efficiency.
Deep Learning involves training a computational model with massive amounts of data so that the model can learn and adapt to the data that is being supplied. The model is then quizzed on this information and learns from experience. If the model gives an incorrect output, you retrain the model until it learns from the mistake. Ultimately, you are looking for the model to give you a very high accuracy rate in the answers to questions you are asking.
Deep Learning is currently the quickest way to develop systems that can, in certain areas, have better accuracy rates than humans, as well as an obviously swifter speed of processing data that gives you superior decision-making results. And it is this reason that is driving the investment levels we are seeing globally. By 2024 it generally agreed that investment levels will hit between $600B and $900B as companies race to maximise on this new area of business possibilities.
Working tirelessly with our Deep Learning director, Novatech has shaped a unique artificial intelligence program that has proved a massive learning curve in the development and production of intelligent, adaptable technologies. Collaborating with behemoth partners such as Nvidia, Novatech has shaped affordable solutions that are going to help industries spanning from academia to military, business to health-care, in changing the way that big data is processed and in how raw data is stored using the benefits that artificial intelligence and deep learning provide.
Novatech’s Deep Learning department is excited to be available soon for inquiries and purchases, with a sleek new website launch on the way. Learn how you could transform your work into a Deep Learning solution today!
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