Zfusion Tech

ZFusion Tech aims to take the intellectual property to a new era. We provide an end-to-end solution to efficiently address the service need of our customers in the area of the intellectual property. We build an artificial intelligence assistant called "Small Z" to facilitate the process of services. The AI assistant is built upon the domain-specific knowledge extracted from massive data of intellectual property via cutting-edge artificial intelligence techniques. It is capable of understanding human language and provides targeted conversational assistance to our customers.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryAnalytics
HeadquartersChina
Founded2017
Tags nlp, ip, ai
Websitehttp://www.zfusion.cn/

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