Sigma Dos presents its TrustSurvey panel, developed with AI, on the Mobile World Congress | EUROtoday

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Sigma Two participates within the Mobile World Congress 2024 which is held in Barcelona from February 26 to 29 with its personal stand through which it presents TrustSurveythe revolutionary social evaluation platform developed in collaboration with the factitious intelligence division of the University of Salamanca (BISITE) and with the monetary help of the RETOS program of the Ministry of Innovation.

TrustSurvey represents an evolution in relation to conventional panels, because it integrates synthetic intelligence, Big Data and Deep Learning in its methodology. Thanks to the mixture of those strategies, the platform screens the digital footprint of the panelists on social networks, evaluating this data with their responses within the surveys, permitting for extra full conclusions to be obtained in actual time.

In this manner, TrustSurvey turns into a 360 on-line panel, which mixes some great benefits of synthetic intelligence with the rigor of classical sociological methodology. Its options embody personalised variable evaluation, responsive design and gamification, and it’s introduced as essentially the most full answer for information evaluation in sectors as various as well being, public administration, media and insurance coverage.

The president of Sigma Two, Gerardo Iracheta, highlights that Trustsurvey “offers precise insights tailored to the specific needs of each industry, from patient satisfaction in health to the impact of government policies.” In this manner, Iracheta emphasizes, because of the appliance of synthetic intelligence, “we cover the gap between data collection and the design of useful strategies for our clients, whether they are companies or public organizations.” This is, concludes the president of the group, a “strategic commitment” by Sigma Dos to “technology and innovation” that “adds added value” to market research and public opinion research.