AI and Machine Learning Driven Contract Lifecycle Management for Government Contractors …

AI and Machine Learning Driven Contract Lifecycle Management for Government Contractors …

WASHINGTON, April 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — TechnoMile is excited to announce their AI and ML Driven Contract Lifecycle Management webinar for Government Contractors. Join the leading innovative force in government contract management to see how some of the largest government contractors and aerospace & defense companies are leveraging OCR and automated workflows to do more with less and reducing contract import time by up to 80%. 

What: AI and ML Driven Contract Lifecycle Management for Government Contractors When: April 27th, 2021 at 12:30 PM EST Where: Online Duration: 30 min 

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This complementary webinar will highlight how users leveraging the TechnoMile GRC product can:  

  • Automate Government Contract Workflows
  • Generate Key Documents
  • Leverage FAR/DFAR Libraries
  • Simplify Clause Comparison and Approval
  • Automate CLIN and Clause Ingestion
  • Easily Shred CDRLs

Often government contractors lack the visibility they need to track and manage their contracts. “Inefficient contracting causes firms to lose between 5% to 40% of value on given deals, depending on circumstances.” (1) Do not let your lack of awareness lead to lost profits.  

Using TechnoMile’s solutions, government contractors of all sizes can reduce the time it takes to ingest contracts from hours to minutes and give you unprecedented visibility into your government contracts across contract vehicles and contract clauses.  

About TechnoMile 

TechnoMile is a collaborative work management SaaS company, whose mission is to enable government contractors, aerospace & defense and engineering organizations to harness cloud technology, digital automation, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and insights to work smarter and win more government business. 

(1)  Rich, B. (2018), How AI Is Changing Contracts, Harvard Business Review: https://hbr.org/2018/02/how-ai-is-changing-contracts 

MEDIA CONTACT: Hunter Cronier hunter@technomile.com

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Published at Sun, 11 Apr 2021 12:22:30 +0000

Finnish award-winning e-learning platform aims to promote education amid pandemic: developer

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HELSINKI, April 11 (Xinhua) — Collaborative online education platform “ViLLE,” which won the 2020 edition of UNESCO’s Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in Education Prize on Tuesday, aims to help promote education amid the COVID-19 pandemic, said the platform’s developer.

The platform has been designed to help decrease the global learning debt caused by the pandemic, and ease teachers’ workload, Mikko-Jussi Laakso, director of the Center for Learning Analytics at the University of Turku in Finland, which developed the platform, told Xinhua recently.

According to Laakso, the platform, which is currently used by half of Finnish schools and in 40 countries and regions across the world, was first launched in 2010. An advanced artificial intelligence (AI) engine was introduced in the platform last year, enabling it to offer a personalized set of exercises based on students’ performance and provide teachers with detailed reports on their students’ progress.

Laakso said the platform also aims to push forward quality education, helping teachers to see “not only the forest but also the trees.”

Established in 2005, UNESCO’s ICT in Education Prize rewards individuals and organizations that are implementing outstanding projects and promoting the creative use of technologies to enhance learning, teaching and overall educational performance in the digital age.

An international jury selects two best projects annually. The other laureate in the 2020 edition is the “One College Student Per Village” program implemented by the Open University of China, which uses AI to provide learners in China’s rural and remote areas with quality learning opportunities. Enditem

Published at Sun, 11 Apr 2021 11:26:15 +0000