Wolters Kluwer unveiled its dedicated AI center. The launch marks the company's ongoing commitment to combining deep domain knowledge with cutting-edge technology such as artificial intelligence (AI), which Wolters Kluwer has been incorporating into its products for the last 10 years. The AI center centralizes the company's latest AI-insights, research, and AI-driven information solutions in one accessible location, catering to professionals across critical sectors such as health, financial services, legal, ESG, risk, regulatory, and compliance.

The site launch includes a recently published fireside chat featuring Wolters Kluwer CEO and Chair of the Executive Board, Nancy McKinstry, on the explosion of AI in the professional sector. Artificial intelligence has been part of Wolters Kluwer's digital product development for over a decade, contributing to a range of solutions that now generate approximately 50% of the company's digital revenues. Various AI enhancements can be found in many of Wolters Kluwer's leading professional information solutions, such as: UpToDate AI Labs - a collaborative resource that brings the power of generative AI to Wolters Kluwer's market-leading clinical decision support solution.

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