A new vision for human
and machine collaboration

Hyperscience has imagined a future where enterprises build, run and manage business processes like software. By incorporating software development best practices, business processes will become measurable, scalable and automated by humans and ML working in tandem.

In the future, enterprises will remove unnecessary management overhead, streamline manual processes and increase the quality of their business decisions, leading to performance-driven organizations with superior outcomes.

“What would a future look like in which more and more work is managed not by managers, but by software? Business processes would be defined and implemented in such a way that they could be changed at will, without the traditional burdens of change management.

That’s what we’re building here at Hyperscience. Step by step, customer by customer, one line of code at a time.

We work together to change the way businesses and humans interact."
- Peter Brodsky,
CEO & Co-Founder of Hyperscience

The 3
of SDM:

It all starts with data entry, step zero of the business process

The common language of enterprises is unstructured data. PDFs, emails, images, etc., connect customers with organizations, and organizations with their partners. This data requires significant human intervention to be understandable, adding friction to the free flow of information and impeding the efficient execution of business processes. ML bridges this gap, helping turn unstructured content into structured data ready to be consumed by other machines and humans without significant human intervention.

Seamless human and machine collaboration

Although ML is automating an increasing number of tasks, human intervention will always be required to execute an end to end business workflow. For that reason, it is crucial that automation is followed up by tight integration with human-in-the-loop supervision.

Business processes improve continuously

Processes, which are composed of interoperable building blocks, can now be updated and redesigned with the click of a button. Organizations will be able to evolve and adapt to different market dynamics, eliminating the need for change management and costly process rollouts.