The Barcelona-based AIS Channel team seeked our support to tackle a seminal challenge in the field of surgical education: personalising content delivery to individual surgeons worldwide. Our collaborative effort has led to the development of a sophisticated Semantic Search Engine, boosting search relevance by over 30% from traditional methods, and unlocking fast delivery of personalised educational resources for surgeons across the globe.
AIS Channel's mission states "democratising surgical education", ensuring every surgeon has access to educational content on state-of-the-art procedures. To materialise this mission they have created a Netflix-like streaming platform where surgeons share talks, interviews & recordings of surgeries. However, a bottleneck emerged: the existing keyword-based search engine fell short in delivering precise content to individual surgeons, often requiring exact phrases to yield relevant results, forming a limitation in a field laden with technical jargon and synonymous terms.
Our objective was to transcend this barrier by implementing a Semantic Search Engine that could interpret the essence of queries, fetching pertinent content irrespective of the phrasing nuances.
Watch the interview with AIS Channel CTO Oliver Ignasi about the collaboration.