Why ehsAI, why now?

The EHS industry is ripe for disruption with AI.

“There’s always that pressure to do more with less, so when a tool comes along that can provide more efficiency, more risk mitigation and can let you do your job better and focus on providing value added, it is a strategic advantage,” notes Garcia, general counsel, government affairs and corporate secretary with Nissan Canada Inc. “It’s going to fundamentally change our job.”

 

The Benefits

ALL TYPES OF REGULATORY CONTENT

ehsAI can process regulatory content that others do not address, such as permits, plans, policies, orders, etc

COST & SPEED (IMMEDIATE RESULTS vs. Quarterly)

ehsAI processes regulatory content in minutes and dramatically lowers the cost of implementation by up to 80%

ACCURACY

ehsAI accuracy is better than human interpretation which means a standardized requirements database can be easily maintained across an entire enterprise

COMPLETENESS

ehsAI treats each document as a whole entity to help eliminate duplicates and identify all requirements

GRANULARITY

The ehsAI output identifies individual requirements/obligations, even when more than one requirement/obligation is present within a single citation

READY FOR INTEGRATION

ehsAI produces a completely parsed and indexed output that is highly usable for integration into any compliance platform

 

Still not Convinced?

 

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  • Earlier pollution detection

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  • Learning from nature's ecosystems


Artificial Intelligence and the Legal Profession

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  • AI is an important tool for efficiency and cost management

  • AI also helps improve compliance

  • AI is an enhancement, not a replacement


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A new breed of strategic business initiative has come on the industrial scene that’s having a profound impact on Operational Excellence and continuous improvement: Digital Transformation. This topic is actively being discussed in executive suites and plant managers’ offices across all industries. Projects to digitalize the plant, the enterprise, and the value chain are underway, with more coming.


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5 Important Artificial Intelligence Predictions (For 2019) Everyone Should Read

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Artificial Intelligence – specifically machine learning and deep learning – was everywhere in 2018 and don’t expect the hype to die down over the next 12 months.

For at least the next year, and probably longer, expect astonishing breakthroughs as well as continued excitement and hyperbole from commentators.


The Future of the Future

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How artificial intelligence will change the world of business forever.


Artificial intelligence

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AI will change the legal profession, just not how you are expecting.

“There’s always that pressure to do more with less, so when a tool comes along that can provide more efficiency, more risk mitigation and can let you do your job better and focus on providing value added, it is a strategic advantage,” notes Garcia, general counsel, government affairs and corporate secretary with Nissan Canada Inc. “It’s going to fundamentally change our job.”


How AI Can Amplify Human Competencies

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Advanced systems will continue to help people do their jobs better instead of replacing them.


Mission-Driven Artificial Intelligence and the Common Good

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Humanity is now developing our greatest contribution to the expansion of intelligence on the planet: the flowering of artificial intelligence. It would be a shame if all we used it for were Amazon shopping and Facebook birthday reminders.


When it comes to machine learning, is privacy possible?

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We’re seeing the advance of AI everywhere we look—from ordinary applications like our voice-operated virtual assistants, to extraordinary innovations that are changing how we optimize operations, predict behaviour, and even diagnose disease.

This presents an unprecedented opportunity for Canada to become a global leader in technology.


Designing AI: Solving Snake with Evolution

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Artificial intelligence can be an over hyped, misused, and often confusing term for many. Instead of another long rant about how AI will change your life (it will) or steal your job (it won’t) — this article will center instead around a concrete and familiar task