Carlsberg is bringing AI to one of the world’s oldest industries with advanced sensors and analytics that help map complex flavor profiles.
BP explores the potential of new energy deposits using Microsoft Azure Machine Learning, helping them to better gauge hydrocarbon reserves.
Schneider Electric minimizes costs and worker risk with predictive maintenance that leverages Azure Machine Learning service.
IoT-PREDICT from ActionPoint helps manufacturers reduce downtime, lower costs, and increase the efficiency of their equipment and operations.
NHS Glasgow & Clyde
NHS Glasgow & Clyde are using AI to spot trends in patients suffering with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), reducing costs while improving patient care.
Seattle Children’s Hospital
Seattle Children’s Research institute uses AI to analyze data at a massive scale, identifying trends that may give them new hypotheses on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital used Microsoft Azure to create the Caren app, helping parents navigate the hospital, get answers to questions – and even entertain their children.
BC Cancer is sequencing single cell cancer genomes at a huge scale, using Azure and AI for visualization, machine learning, and collaborative research and analysis.
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Researchers at Mount Sinai are using Microsoft Azure to analyze complex genome-sequencing data cost-effectively.
University of Ottawa Heart Institute (UOHI)
The global cardiac leader uses AI to improve care, increase efficiency, and facilitate research – improving patient outcomes while reducing costs.
National Audiovisual Archive of Hungary (NAVA)
NAVA is using Azure Cognitive Services to accurately classify millions of images and sound files, creating a national collective memory bank.
City of Los Angeles
Los Angeles developed Chip the chatbot, a digital personal assistant, to help residents more easily navigate government resources and procedures.
Denver, Colorado, US
Denver uses smart city sensors to gather insights that help improve experiences for its citizens – from traffic safety, to emergency services, to air quality.
Espoo is creating a government-as-a-service model, using AI and Azure to predict which citizens may need social welfare services and provide those services proactively.
Loblaw has created an AI culture of experimentation and innovation that enables them to improve digital retail experiences for their customers.
RedPoint Global and Xanterra
RedPoint Global partnered with Xanterra Travel Collection to help move siloed, unusable data to rich 360-degree profiles to get a single view of their customers.
Wolford uses Azure Bot Services to power an AI chatbot, giving customers instant answers and personalized “Style Me” product recommendations 24/7.
Kodisoft uses AI to power an interactive table that gives customers an intuitive way to view menus, place orders, and play games while waiting for their food.
Marks and Spencer
Marks & Spencer integrates machine learning, computer vision and AI across every endpoint – both in its stores and behind the scenes.
Jet.com finds answers for its customers faster by using the Microsoft Bot Framework, saving money and optimizing customer care.
Switzerland’s leading financial services company is using bots to reach millions of customers across all devices and platforms.
Nedbank in South Africa uses AI to enhance client services, allowing it to expand its individual investor business while maintaining its financial services base.
Financial Fabric uses AI to extract data from thousands of complex financial documents then provides custom analytics to help its clients make better investment decisions.
The Fundworks created an efficient, powerful, scalable platform to give merchants the funds they need to succeed, grow, and create jobs.
Callcredit uses machine learning and elastic computing on Azure to power algorithms that analyze patterns in the credit lending space.
Wild Me uses Microsoft AI to revolutionize animal identification by using a computer vision algorithm to identify unique patterns on animals’ bodies.
SilviaTerra uses US Forest inventory, satellite imagery, and field data in a machine learning model that helps measure and monitor forest health.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met)
The Met is home to nearly 2 million works of art. Its Open Access program exposes these images and data to a global audience, leveraging AI to build insights and connections.
Snow Leopard Trust
Researchers use camera traps, deep learning, and computer vision on Spark to help track and study the elusive snow leopards.
Zyrobotics uses Microsoft AI to develop ReadAble Storiez, a STEM-based reading fluency program for students with disabilities and diverse learning needs.
InnerVoice, an AI for Accessibility grantee, uses AI technology to develop an interactive learning platform for people who have challenges communicating.