“Their solutions create space for the workforce to release their creative intelligence and kick-start a man–machine collaborative learning cycle,” said Jessie Cai Danqing, senior research manager, IDC Asia/Pacific.
“Traditional automation is good for simple and repetitive tasks but the expectations today in enterprises are much higher. They deal with more complex tasks and require more intelligence, and therefore more cost and time. Our non-symbolic approach allows our clients to automate complex cognitive tasks at a very high level of accuracy, contractually guaranteed. We are committed to scale our solution in client organisations and forge strong global partnerships to bring about a new era of productivity for organisations,” said Founder and CEO of Taiger, Dr Sinuhe Arroyo. “This recognition encourages us to keep pushing the boundaries of AI in our quest to achieve man-machine collaboration.”