Enterprises created a work-from-anywhere environment and events went exclusively online so when we attended intelligent capture webinars, many of us had the same questions, answered here.
AI is now more commonplace in the never-ending battle to keep our elections safe and secure using proven automated signature verification. Find out how it is used.
Key developments in handwriting recognition are discussed here. This includes handwriting recognition innovations and their importance today.
The Art of Handwriting Recognition in Intelligent Document Processing defines what both handwriting recognition and ICR mean and how to apply them.
Using yesterday’s technology to fight coronavirus, the biggest public health emergency in our lifetime, exposes astonishing gaps in digital transformation.
New advances in handwriting recognition & data capture offer three important reasons to get a handle on & gain access to your handwritten data.
ICR software for handwriting transforms dark data once inaccessible on paper by leveraging new deep learning handwriting recognizers. Find out more here.
Handwriting recognition continues to offer interesting challenges to businesses and the scientific community. Recently, Sergey Polovinkin, a Computer Vision Engineer in the Ukraine at IDR, gave a tech talk to data scientists there about handwriting recognition. He shared some of the details with us.
With ICR, moving beyond requiring boxes and combs with advanced handprint recognition systems.
OCR and ICR Recognition 101 is a primer on fundamental concepts critical to understanding the wide range of technology options available to businesses today.
Dark data is simultaneously everywhere and challenging to access. For the past several years, Parascript has been doing research with AIIM and ARMA on dark data such as hard-to-process documents with handwriting. According to IDC, most of “big data” is actually dark data, which is commonly defined as “the information organizations collect, process and store during […]
In today’s vast digital world, organizations are scrambling to better control information to meet legal, regulatory, and business requirements. Adding to the challenge is an increasing number of information sources, including online, email, and print. From each of these comes growing volumes of records, receipts, forms, email, and desktop documents and more, further amplifying the amount of information that is out […]