How AI Benefits From Incorporating Human Adaptability
Training an artificial intelligence model is very similar to teaching a human. Both learn by recognizing patterns and key details in information they take in. Both improve their memory and accuracy by repeatedly practicing a task. Both recognize what not to do or what to pay more attention to when mistakes are pointed out.
But what if AI also did work like we do?
Today, AI is used to complete tasks within specific parameters. Advanced systems can adapt to new situations after gathering enough data from multiple encounters. However, they are far less flexible than humans, who can often fix problems on their first encounter. This is because the human brain can draw from a broad range of experiences to produce creative solutions. So what if an AI model were built with multiple functions that it could draw upon during different situations?
Enter Singularity Systems’ AI Pathfinder, which combines natural language processing (NLP), computer vision (CV) and optical character recognition (OCR) to process large quantities of documents with an extremely high degree of speed and precision. For example, it can do any semi-structured data automation case in three days with a minimum of 95% accuracy guaranteed.
This is done by having the three functions work in tandem so AI Pathfinder can adapt to the wide variations in each document. CV is used to identify patterns and components of a document’s structure while NLP allows AI Pathfinder to comprehend words and their surrounding context as a person would. Combined, they enable the AI to very accurately predict, find and label information that belongs to specific fields, even if that information is scattered across pages of unstructured data.
Supporting this is Singularity System’s proprietary OCR, which is used to identify text of varying legibility. The OCR mitigates factors that would cause the NLP to skip over or misread characters, such as different fonts, difficult handwriting, or background interference. Additionally, AI Pathfinder’s UI highlights mistakes and easily allows for manual correction in the rare chance that characters are misidentified.
This results in AI Pathfinder’s ability to sort data on thousands of documents with almost 100% percent accuracy and minimal training, just as a human could. Combined with an AI model’s unmatched speed, low required oversight and consistency over time, AI Pathfinder shows the possibilities behind combining AI’s computing power with a human’s adaptability.