Adore4customs connects with Stream Software

By AE on 24 February 2022

Adore4customs, our in-house solution applying the power of AI to improve customs handling processes, is teaming up with Stream Software, an industry leader in the software space for customs handling.

According to Stream Software: “Adore4customs is an ideal add-on to our Customs Streamliner®. The AI-algorithms of adore4customs analyze unstructured data and propose a full dataset to complete a declaration.

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Password anxiety and how to avoid it: UX expert, Michael Vincken, shares some tips

By Michael Vincken on 06 May 2021

Over the past year and a half, our lives have become more digital than ever before. A huge number of people have been working from home, attending online classes and looking at countless photos and videos on social media. Passwords are essential for all those platforms and channels, and that has caused a new phenomenon: password anxiety. Fortunately, it is something that is easily remedied.

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Shaping better times: The importance of psychological safety and inclusion.

By Adinda on 01 April 2021

The past year has been a tough learning curve. We have learned that we are all in the same COVID storm together, but not everyone is in the same boat. The adaptability of organizations and the great efforts of employees soon resulted in new working methods that saw working from home as the mandatory norm. However, no one-size-fits all approach was available to make this actually work. Even now that the curve is going up again and restrictions are tightening once more, we are already thinking together about how we are going to shape better times ahead. The two principles of psychological freedom and inclusion will definitely get us off to a good start. And yes, some generous doses of creativity and technology can also give us an extra boost. 

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Discriminating AI: Be Conscious about the Unconscious Bias

By Bram Vanschoenwinkel on 24 March 2021

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) used in the right way offer companies new and unprecedented opportunities to tap into. For the man and woman in the street it brings many new and exciting advances in their everyday lives. However, they also have a dark side. When we design algorithms and train models based on data of a privileged minority group, ML model outcomes (like predictions, recommendations, classifications,...) have the ability to discriminate and exclude large parts of the population in a way that is not acceptable. Fact is that we don’t always realize this, and thus need to be very careful and build in checks to avoid these circumstances.

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Why would someone still want to be named Young ICT lady of the year?

By Valerie Taerwe on 08 March 2021

On February 4th, Data News proudly announced the Young ICT Lady of the year 2021 during the yearly She Goes ICT event. I’m one of those people who eagerly look out to this event. Yet every year the question “Do we really need such award” sounds louder. The question resonates especially when talking about women in tech as well as in the broader debate about diversity. Weekend Knack even finds it necessary today to devote their homepage to the topic: they selected 110 women to promote the legitimacy of International Women’s Day. In other words: all of the candidates for the title of  “Young ICT Lady of the Year” are activists in a battle that has been fought in many heads, where the reality shows there’s still a long way to go

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