There has been one elusive challenge that had perplexed the energy industry for decades: an accurate way to distinguish between oil and gas when drilling.
The Israeli Ministry of Agriculture is the country’s first to leverage SparkBeyond’s Collective Intelligence Platform to shape its agricultural policy and innovation.
Exclusive by Venture Beat Co-Founder, unveiling the new SparkBeyond Discovery.
Red Herring delivers a comprehensive review of how SparkBeyond tackled 2020, and how AI-driven problem-solving technologies can help shape our future for the better.
WSJ AI explores how the problem-solving platform can address questions such as where to locate a new store or when to change prices.
This Forbes article shows how our products are helping market leaders re-invent, re-engineer, and re-think the age-old idea of “strategic planning."
CEO and co-founder Sagie Davidovich touts future implications of his company's problem-solving platform.
Solving problems quickly is a key goal for business. Now this AI solution reduced problem solving from months to minutes.
Analytics and data science teams can now leverage AI to uncover hidden insights in complex data, and build predictive models with no coding required.
SEBx, a new digital banking initiative from leading Swedish bank SEB, has partnered with SparkBeyond, the leading AI-powered decision intelligence platform that discovers trends and actionable insights buried in data.
Effective support of corporate decision-making through new levels of awareness and problem-solving approaches beyond human capabilities.
SparkBeyond partners with multinational law firm Baker McKenzie to infuse the legal industry with AI-powered technologies. A market-defining collaboration that leverages advanced analytics, knowledge mining, and AI-powered problem solving to disrupt a traditional business landscape.
SparkBeyond, together with our healthcare partner Prism Health AI, is proud to announce that we have joined the COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition.
SparkBeyond's AI Engine Is Used to Spot Potential Climate Change Clusters
The fundamentals of healthcare have changed. Trends once viewed as potential disruptors have become the new standard in healthcare delivery. As healthcare providers build flexible technology infrastructures to succeed in the modern health system, growing complexities threaten the drive for smarter health.