AI has been a buzzword de jour and is advancing different sectors of industry at a brisk pace. The business world is witnessing many successful use cases involving the integration of AI. Many of the challenges themselves are helping shape the AI landscape, and a company named The D. has established itself as an integral part of the AI revolution in Europe. Roxane Jurkovskaja, Cofounder, and COO, of The D. says, “For the last couple of years we have been working with Artificial Intelligence, and we believe AI is an extension of our human capabilities. Through AI, we can learn more, understand more, provide value, and impact people at new levels.”
Harvesting the potential of AI, The D. has been making headway into different industries. The firm believes AI has the potential to affect change in sectors such as healthcare, education, energy, agriculture, security, amongst others. However, as Haider Ghaleb, Co-founder and CEO points out; “As much as AI is our future, we should not underestimate the value of human connection.” The human level, or even the contextual level, of understanding is essential when we speak about technology-driven businesses. The potential of humans to apply AI is as important as the AI technology itself. On that note, The D. makes a strong case for itself by leaving no stone unturned in communicating this crucial aspect to its clients.
However, the challenges in applying AI or integrating it are immense. Often clients are under the impression that AI is the current market buzz that needs to be capitalized on in order to move ahead in today’s market, yet with no real knowledge of what it entails, or the risks that come with it. Ghaleb explains, “You need to be a visionary to understand the minute details of AI and its implementation.
Roxane Jurkovskaja, Co-founder & COO
Clients need to adapt and risk transformational change and more importantly they need to understand why you are building what you are building and what you want it to ultimately do.”
“From our own experiences, we see a lot of clients, who want to change things; they want to do something new, make things more sophisticated, remove redundancy, and use AI to improve things, yet they are unable to, partly because they do not know the risks and partly because they do not want to.”
The D. provides the vision, the opportunity, and the ability for clients to dream and turn these dreams into reality
Consequently, The D. has taken up the task and responsibility of communicating the ‘pros and cons’ of AI and possible challenges to its implementation. The D. subtly understands the the customers’ needs and requirements of and then works towards presenting them with the best possible solution. The firm lays an achievable outline for its clients and monitors their path throughout their digital journey. Keeping technology at the core of their operations, The D. strives to make businesses better by continually evolving them and evolving with them. With their lean start-up approach, The D. provides tailored and innovative technological expertise for different industries under an ever-expanding umbrella of artificial intelligence. Thus the company helps clients discover and realize their full digital potential while simultaneously ensuring that their technology investment translates into tangible business outcomes. Jurkovskaja adds, “We sit with everyone and understand the problem, dig deep and somehow find a solution. At the end of the day, it is a partnership.”
With their continual effort to help realize the full potential of AI, The D. plays the role of the quintessential partner of choice for the modern enterprise to the hilt. In conclusion, ‘The D. provides the vision, the opportunity, and the ability for clients to dream and turn these dreams into reality.’