Currently, in its fourth year, the awards program, also known as Awards.AI, celebrates the various achievements of the AI community in developing new algorithms, products, and services across various categories and industries. The program also acknowledges the work of emerging companies and individuals with a focus on advancing the AI industry.
“We are honored to be recognized as the Best Use of AI in Insurance by the Awards.AI committee,” said Springbuk CEO and co-founder Rod Reasen. “We’re thrilled that our company’s vision to prevent disease with data is making a lasting impact on the insurance industry and the employers they serve.”
Springbuk’s Health Intelligence platform utilizes artificial intelligence and machine learning to help employers identify and predict employees based on an Event Detection Algorithm™ using a database of over 86 million claims. With cutting-edge mathematical techniques from AI, information theory, and graph theory - the platform identifies potential opportunities for action, for employers to manage the health and costs of their population.
This announcement comes on the heels of Springbuk’s Amy Brown, VP of Product, Health Intelligence, being named a Finalist in a Female Executive of the Year category of the 16th annual Stevie® Awards for Women in Business.
Awards.AI recognized a total of 51 companies across seven award categories at the conclusion of Awards.AI’s AI & Robotics Conference, held in London, England on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019.
The Global Annual Achievement Awards in Artificial Intelligence, also known as Awards.AI, is the first and biggest global annual achievement awards for artificial intelligence. Now in its fourth year, Awards.AI’s focus is to support the AI community by recognizing the hard work and dedication of those working in the field. Founded in 2015, Awards.AI is part of the Informed.AI Group which runs a number of community websites supporting the area of artificial intelligence. Learn more about Awards.AI at http://Awards.AI.