CREWS 2022: stories of experimentation from our R&D teams
Over the past five years, we have welcomed innovation through our Crews program, a fun concept set up to manage our R&D efforts; with few rules and a lot of freedom. In a way, Crews work like in-house startups on a deadline, in that they have 4 months to develop their ideas. Those ideas can birth massive projects: indeed, many of them have eventually become an integral part of our offering, substantially bettering our internal processes.
Is it possible to imagine AIs as valid support to humans? An analysis of the new GPT-3 model to experiment with its generation, reasoning, and generalization capabilities.
Can a scientific approach support managers in their more strategic decisions? A new work framework was developed starting from a Bocconi University study, to choose in a more structured way, opening up to the use of different data sources.
As humans, we are — more or less knowingly — subject to all kinds of bias, including those related to the workplace. Prisma tries to offer companies a debiasing path to promote a more inclusive workplace that is open to the genuine appreciation of people.
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An innovative framework to support organizations in considering the social and environmental impact of a project, from the initial, idea generation phase through to its complete development cycle. Five theme-based clusters and one tool that, through a proprietary algorithm, generate synthetic assessments, helping the ideas’ and projects’ selection.
Can voice make interacting with a VR environment even more immediate and natural? This project explored the integration of a conversational agent into a digital environment, with the aid of a photography assistant that helps in creating the optimal layout for a photoshoot.
Want to know how our Crews are born and which projects they have developed over the years?