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“It’s hard to make predictions, especially about the future.” – Neils Bohr

“Hard” would have been the easiest thing when we shifted our technology to start Intellect FABRIC in 2015. You would have called us ‘insane’ if we said at that time that we’d have 10 clients on Intellect FABRIC today. We not only achieved that in early 2019, but we also shifted Intellect FABRIC from a ‘technology’ to a fully-fledged business!

We also agree with Alan Kay who said in a speech that, “the best way to predict the future is to invent it.” which is a great segue to our Tech Week 2019 theme.

Insight to Foresight

Tech Week 2019 was one of the biggest event for which we had an overwhelming response with nearly 400 participants! There were talks by great speakers including the world-renowned futurist, John Sanei as well as clients who have built some great platforms. James Wright spoke about how Beazley used an architecture paradigm called ‘volatility’ to build the Insights Platform. Our team from Intellect presented the nuances of inferences across graph datasets, discussed some killer extraction algorithms across some of the messiest datasets, showcased the outcomes of the Datathon and gave insights about how we have progressed on our Social Entrepreneur journey with Youth4Jobs.

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