Our Research.

Research in the Artificial Intelligence domain: handwritting transcription, semantic advertising, disinformation detection.

“Fake or Fact? Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Fake News”

Authors: George Bara, Gerhard Backfried, Dorothea Thomas-Aniola

Date: 2019

PublisherSpringer International Publishing


“An Interactive Artificial Intelligence System for Inventive Problem-Solving”

Authors: Emil Stetco, Stelian Brad

Date: 2022

Publisher: TRIZ Future 2022 Conference



AdServista uses advanced Artificial Intelligence algorithms for deeps semantic understanding of online content, providing Supply and Demand-side platforms with the means to verify inventories and enforce brand safety while delivering precise contextual ads.

EU-Funded research project (POC (Operational Competitivity Programme), R&D projects for innovative spin-offs and start-ups.)

Date: 2017


“Building a Dynamic Corpus of Fake News Using Commercially Available Machine Translation and NLP Software”

Authors: George Bara

Date: 2021, May


Preliminary Research on Computer-Assisted Transcription

of Medieval Scripts in the Latin Alphabet using AI Computer Vision techniques and Machine Learning

Authors: Adinel C. DINCĂ, (PhD, Associate Professor, Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania), Emil Stetco (Zetta Cloud)

Date: 2020

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Grant: Romanian National Authority for Scientific Research, CNDI–UEFISCDI, project PN-III-P4-ID-PCCF-2016-0064: “The Rise of an Intellectual Elite in Central Europe: Making Professors at the University of Vienna, 1389-1450” (