Artificial Intelligence


How tech can evolve the outdated $50B temporary housing sector
How tech can evolve the outdated $50B temporary housing sector
By Vivi Cahyadi - AltoVita | December 1, 2020
Although technology has transformed the operation and distribution of hotel and vacation rental sectors, there's one area left to be connected: the $50 billion temporary housing market. Read More
Opinion | Distribution
What is data science and what does it enable hoteliers to do?
What is data science and what does it enable hoteliers to do?
By David Moneo - SHR | November 30, 2020
Perhaps the most important piece to data science is that machines can find and ask questions of the data that you may not have even thought to ask. Read More
Opinion | Technology
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How an email to the prime minister and algorithms helped Greece bring tourists back
By Linda Fox | November 27, 2020
An unsolicited email from a data scientist to the Greek prime minister helped the country reopen to tourists. Read More
News | Technology
Innovation, recovery, renewal: What the travel industry can expect in 2021
Innovation, recovery, renewal: What the travel industry can expect in 2021
By SAP Concur | November 26, 2020
In 2021, the global travel community will continue to see significant changes in nearly every sector. Read More
Opinion | Online
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AirAsia introduces new COVID-clearance technology
By Mitra Sorrells | November 23, 2020
Known as Scan2Fly, the system determines passengers’ eligibility to travel before they arrive at the airport.  Read More
News | Technology
VIDEO: Trueface - Summit pitch winner at Phocuswright Conference 2020
VIDEO: Trueface - Summit pitch winner at Phocuswright Conference 2020
By PhocusWire | November 17, 2020
Trueface deploys ethical facial recognition and shows how the responsible use of computer vision is shaping the industry. Read More
Interview | Technology
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TravelTech Show goes global and replaces Travel Technology Europe
By Linda Fox | November 13, 2020
The hybrid TravelTech Show, taking place June 22-23 next year, is an in-person event in the U.K. alongside virtual events in Asia and the U.S. Read More
News | Technology
How AI‐powered revenue management is helping airlines recover
How AI‐powered revenue management is helping airlines recover
By Justin Jander - PROS | November 11, 2020
Since the outbreak of COVID-19 the situation has become uncertain for revenue management because many predictions – based on what was seen, planned and forecasted before the pandemic – no longer apply. Read More
Opinion | Distribution
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Where are they now? Revisiting the Hot 25 Startups for 2020
By Mitra Sorrells | November 6, 2020
Find out how these startups have shifted priorities, created new partnerships and adjusted their products to meet the challenges created by COVID-19. Read More
News | Startups
Yellowstone to be first U.S. National Park to deploy autonomous vehicles for tourists
Yellowstone to be first U.S. National Park to deploy autonomous vehicles for tourists
By Kevin May | October 29, 2020
An agreement between the National Park Service and mobility-as-a-service provider Beep will see two vehicles deployed in the destination's Canyon Village area from May 2021. Read More
News | Technology
Journera secures Amadeus as new investor
Journera secures Amadeus as new investor
By Kevin May | October 29, 2020
The undisclosed backing comes four months after the U.S.-based company raised $11.6 million in a Series B round. Read More
News | Technology
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STARTUP STAGE: aiTravelers wants to remove the search pain from travel
By Linda Fox | October 26, 2020
The company is a subscription-based online travel platform that uses artificial intelligence to match users with the best travel options. Read More
Interview | Startups
Sabre, Google to launch tech platform driving personalization in travel
Sabre, Google to launch tech platform driving personalization in travel
By Jill Menze | October 23, 2020
Called Sabre Travel AI, the platform is being developed as part of the 10-year partnership Sabre and Google announced in January. Read More
News | Technology
Big Tech is eyeing the travel industry again with autonomous vehicle push
Big Tech is eyeing the travel industry again with autonomous vehicle push
By Alex Bainbridge - Autoura | October 20, 2020
If the OTAs don't get involved now, tourist ground transportation and vehicle-based sightseeing will be handed over to Big Tech and it won't ever come back to the OTA's collective sphere of influence on... Read More
Opinion | Technology
WEBINAR REPLAY! How top travel companies combine AI and humans to deliver excellent customer service
WEBINAR REPLAY! How top travel companies combine AI and humans to deliver excellent customer service
By PhocusWire | October 15, 2020
Learn how travel businesses are realizing the benefits of combining artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning with the unique value only humans can deliver. Read More
News | Technology
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