Mott MacDonald launches industry first Venture Capital AI tool in partnership with iKVA

Mott MacDonald Ventures, the strategic corporate venture arm of Mott MacDonald has launched the infrastructure industry’s first AI-based web-tool which enables entrepreneurs to instantly assess the relevance of their business for future investment. As well as indicating the alignment of a company to the Mott MacDonald Ventures ecosystem, the tool also considers crucial industry targets […]

The Taxonomy is Dead Webinar: Recording now available

Knowledge management must mean more than managing ontologies and taxonomies to structure document collections for better keyword search.  To address these challenges, we were delighted to bring the second online event in our FREE webinar series entitled ‘The Taxonomy is Dead: Data Discovery. Re-Envisioned’.  Professor Richard Mortier, Cambridge University Computer Lab and Founder & CTO of iKVA, […]

iKVA Product Testing Sessions: Call for undergrads, postgrads, postdocs & researchers

iKVA, innovative AI technology start-up, is inviting undergraduates, postgraduates, postdocs and researchers to participate in product testing sessions at the company’s Cambridge office. iKVA’s product testing sessions are aimed at students from various academic majors who would like to find out more about iKVA’s innovative technology, test it and provide feedback as end users on […]

Exploring visually complex information ecosystems with Envision

Is your company looking to better understand information ecosystems? With iKVA’s Envision technology organisations can now see relationships and interconnectedness of data sets.  Envision allows organisations to map, discover and graphically navigate disparate and siloed information to expose data clusters, compare data sets against strategic goals and identify areas of over and under exposure and […]

The Taxonomy is Dead Webinar

We’re delighted to announce a new free webinar – ‘The Taxonomy is Dead: Data Discovery. Re-Envisioned’ – taking place on Wednesday, 22 September 2021 at 4pm. Join us for an engaging discussion addressing emerging technologies and new approaches to data discovery. Knowledge management must mean more than managing ontologies and taxonomies to structure document collections […]

Be in control of your own search

For enterprise search tools to work they need curation.  In its simplest form this is constantly adding and managing labels on documents in the hope that the people searching for information will align with these labels and find things.  There are many issues here.  Can you offload the labelling of data to the consumers? For […]

From conversational speech to valuable insights

More and more company data is being created through speech. This could be speech in a presentation, news feed or the many conference calls being made internally and with customers. This growing dataset is often ignored because it’s either forgotten or seen as an impenetrable data source due to its highly unstructured nature which traditional […]

Announcing the latest iKVA Chrome extension

We’re delighted to announce that the latest version of iKVA extension for Google Chrome is now available in the Chrome web store. iKVA is on a quest to redefine knowledge management and transform all available data into actionable insights to increase productivity by saving time spent on conventional search.     This new release allows you […]

Zoom Boom: De-risking the impact of video meetings

Zoom Boom

Compliance Officers for Legal Practice (COLPs) must get to grips with the risks presented by video chats and ensure an audit trail of key decisions made by partners is retained, warn tech experts. iKVA, the fast-growing artificial intelligence firm, recently raised £1.5m for its tech which helps law firms reduce the risks presented by video […]

The future of enterprise search is not search

Searching is something you do often these days, but where do you search? How do you know where the information is, or if it even exists?  Often you are in a research mode and even working out what keywords or NLP search string to use is painful.  You might have taxonomies defined but only in certain […]