The Ministry of Commerce, General Directorate of Customs Enforcement won the first prize in the "Artificial Intelligence of the Future" category at the IDC Digital Transformation Awards with its MUHAFIZ Project.
According to the statement made by the Ministry, the Digital Transformation Summit, where all the leading public and private sector business units and senior executives of Turkey were brought together by the IT sector research and consultancy company International Data Corporation (IDC) Turkey, was held in Sapanca on 23-24 November. . At the summit, different technologies were discussed with sessions on many main topics such as Future Ready Organizations, Future of Work, Digital Transformation, Innovation Management, Cloud Computing, Digital Economy, Internet of Things, Cyber Security, Big Data and Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Robotic Process Automation.
At the Digital Transformation Award Ceremony, organized as part of Turkey's most comprehensive technology event, awards were given in 13 categories to institutions and managers who ranked high with their projects realized throughout the year. As a result of the evaluation of 108 applications from 478 institutions by IDC analysts and jury members, first, second and third place awards were found in 13 categories.
At the IDC Digital Transformation Awards, one of the most prestigious awards in the industry, where projects and initiatives leading digital transformation initiatives are evaluated, the Ministry of Commerce General Directorate of Customs Enforcement won the first prize in the "Best in Future of Intelligence" category with its "MUHAFIZ, Artificial Intelligence in Big Data" project. seen.
The General Directorate of Customs Enforcement makes maximum use of technological opportunities in the fight against smuggling. Thanks to the tools and container scanning systems used at the customs gates, as well as the other technical equipment available to the personnel, and the state-of-the-art software and programs used to prevent illegal trade without disrupting legal trade in the face of increasing trade volume, analysis focused on combating smuggling was carried out in a very short time, and risk-based controls were realized. .
“What does the GUARD program do?”
The MUHAFIZ Program is designed to use state-of-the-art artificial intelligence in big data in order to determine within seconds which vehicles, goods and passengers should be controlled within the scope of the fight against smuggling, and to reveal the relationships and risks that are very difficult to reveal with classical methods and analysis in this way. MUHAFIZ Program, which allows the information in large databases to be analyzed with artificial intelligence, makes pinpoint determinations by considering all kinds of risks related to illegal trade that may be carried out by land, air and sea, transfers the personnel experience to the system in a sustainable and permanent way, and beyond that, thanks to mathematical algorithms. It helps uncover organized crime attempts by making connections that are intricately impossible to be made with the human brain.
Günceleme: 29/11/2022 13:37