Use Cases

Potential applications, business cases and startup ideas you can build with Qdrant

HR & Job Search

Neural search can be used to match candidates and jobs even if there are no matching keywords or explicit skill descriptions. For example, it can automatically map ‘frontend engineer’ to ‘web developer’, no need for any predefined categorization. Neural job matching is used at MoBerries for automatic job recommendations.

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Food Discovery

There are multiple ways to discover things, text search is not the only one. In the case of food, people rely more on appearance than description and ingredients. So why not let people choose their next lunch by its appearance, even if they don’t know the name of the dish?

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E-Commerce Search

Increase your online basket size and revenue with the AI-powered search. No need in manually assembled synonym lists, neural networks get the context better. With neural approach the search results could be not only precise, but also personalized. And Qdrant will be the backbone of this search.

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Advertising

User interests cannot be described with rules, and that’s where neural networks come in. Qdrant will allow sufficient flexibility in neural network recommendations so that each user sees only the relevant ad. Advanced filtering mechanisms, such as geo-location, do not compromise on speed and accuracy, which is especially important for online advertising.

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Biometric identification

Not only totalitarian states use facial recognition. With this technology, you can also improve the user experience and simplify authentication. Make it possible to pay without a credit card and buy in the store without cashiers. And the scalable face recognition technology is based on vector search, which is what Qdrant provides.

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Customer Support and Sales Optimization

Current advances in NLP can reduce the retinue work of customer service by up to 80 percent. No more answering the same questions over and over again. A chatbot will do that, and people can focus on complex problems. But not only automated answering, it is also possible to control the quality of the department and automatically identify flaws in conversations.

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Fashion Search

Empower shoppers to find the items they want by uploading any image or browsing through a gallery instead of searching with keywords. A visual similarity search helps solve this problem. And with the advanced filters that Qdrant provides, you can be sure to have the right size in stock for the jacket the user finds.

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Fintech

Fraud detection is like recommendations in reverse. One way to solve the problem is to look for similar cheating behaviors. But often this is not enough and manual rules come into play. Qdrant allows you to combine both approaches because it provides a way to filter the result using arbitrary conditions. And all this can happen in the time till the client takes his hand off the terminal.

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Law Case Search

The wording of court decisions can be difficult not only for ordinary people, but sometimes for the lawyers themselves. It is rare to find words that exactly match a similar precedent. That’s where AI, which has seen hundreds of thousands of court decisions and can compare them, can help.

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Media and Games

Personalized recommendations for music, movies, games, and other entertainment content are also some sort of search. Except the query in it is not a text string, but user preferences and past experience. And with Qdrant, user preference vectors can be updated in real-time, no need to deploy a MapReduce cluster.

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Medical Diagnostics

The growing volume of data and the increasing interest in the topic of health care is creating products to help doctors with diagnostics. One such product might be a search for similar cases in an ever-expanding database of patient histories. Search not only by symptom description, but also by data from, for example, MRI machines.

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