With the oil crisis, the bursting of the dot-com bubble, the financial and banking crisis, and the COVID-19 pandemic, the past fifty years have seen several economic shocks that often had severe consequences for the business landscape. Governments are often only able to provide targeted support and respond appropriately to such unexpected events with a significant time lag, as appropriate data is usually not available at the beginning of a crisis. AI-based analysis of corporate websites can remedy this situation by complementing traditional survey methods and providing reliable early forecasts in a timely manner. This is shown by studies conducted by ZEW Mannheim in cooperation with Justus Liebig University Giessen during the coronavirus crisis.
Companies, like all economic players, are leaving behind digital traces of their activities to an increasing extent. The Digital Layer approach leverages these data sources and provides an alternative method for analyzing company networks. The integration of the Digital Layer approach into webAI provides our customers with a new tool for capturing and analyzing enterprise networks.
As language assistants in the living room, in search engines on the Internet or as systems for autonomous driving in cars: Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already being used in many different ways and has long been part of our everyday lives.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an indispensable part of our lives today and is already integrated in various applications. AI is one of the most promising technologies of the future.