The CEO of Kantify in Trends: ‘Corona had no impact on us’
The Kantify CEO Segolene Martin, was interviewed by Trends - a national magazine dedicated to Belgian business and economy.
At the occasion of her nomination as InspiringFifty, a competition rewarding Belgium’s most inspiring women at top management positions in tech, the Kantify CEO was interviewed by business magazine Trends.
In this 2 page article, Segolene speaks about the journey of Kantify as a recognized AI software development company in Belgium. She also speaks about some of the success stories of the company, such as the recent AI software solution developed for SNCB-NMBS, or the breakthrough projects that Kantify has in the life science and medtech sectors.
The Head of the Innovation Lab of SNCB-NMBS, Stefan Costeur, is also interviewed and speaks about the successful collaboration between SNCB-NMBS and Kantify. Kantify actually developed the AI solution that predicts occupancy of trains on the whole SNCB-NMBS train network. The solution informs passengers if a train is crowded, so they can plan their trip and ensure they travel safely. Stefan Costeur added: “Kantify was very reactive, it was a good partner for us”. Segolene states: “This example shows how you can use AI to improve security.
Last, but not least, Segolene also speaks about her commitments for human-centric AI, as she was recently appointed by the European Commission to the Global Partnership on AI and is the Women in AI Ambassador for Belgium.Kantify is a Belgian AI company specializing in the health sector
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