by Angela Guess A recent press release reports, ?Anexinet Corporation, a leading provider of digital business solutions, announced the release of ListenLogic 3.0. ListenLogic 3.0 has been upgraded with over 20 new enhancements to more efficiently gather data across contact center records, social media posts, email conversations, marketing surveys and automatically return meaningful business insights. [?]
Click to learn more about author Kartik Patel. The concept of Clickless Analytics is one that will be happily embraced by business users and by the business enterprise. The reason is simple! Clickless Analytics allows users to find and analyze information without specialized skills, by using natural language. In this, the first of a three-part series [?]
by Angela Guess According to a recent press release, ?Lexalytics, the leader in ?words-first? machine learning and artificial intelligence, announced today the launch of Lexalytics AI Assembler, a new machine learning platform that simplifies and accelerates the process of gaining insights from the large quantity of natural language data inundating the enterprise. Lexalytics is also [?]
by Angela Guess A new press release states, ?Rising focus of technological giants such as Microsoft, IBM, Google, and Apple towards improvement of text analytics techniques and principles has granted momentum to R&D activities in the field of text analytics in the past few years. And now, new and highly effective text analytics solutions are [?]
by Angela Guess A recent press release reports, ?Coming out of stealth mode, doc.ai Incorporated (?doc.ai?) today announced the launch of its advanced natural language processing technology platform using the blockchain to timestamp its datasets and decentralize artificial intelligence. Envisioned and built by bright minds from Stanford and Cambridge Universities, doc.ai is well-positioned to help [?]
by Angela Guess Jeff Catlin, CEO of leading NLP and sentiment analytics provider Lexalytics, recently shared his predictions on what next year will bring to the machine learning (ML), artificial intelligence (AI), and natural language processing (NLP) markets. His predictions, in his own words, are as follows: 1) Big Brother will take over more control ?
by Angela Guess A recent press release announced, ?Text analytics provider Linguamatics today released the latest version of their award-winning natural language processing (NLP) text mining platform, I2E 5.0. Game-changing capabilities in I2E 5.0 include normalization of concepts (e.g. dates, measurements, gene mutations) within unstructured text, advanced range search and a new query language EASL. ?
by Angela Guess A recent press release states, ?451 Research announced the publication of a complimentary research report, ?Emerging vendors in the bots space,? which shows that despite the relatively recent emergence of smart bots a number of startups focused on natural language processing (NLP) and building bots are generating investor interest as they begin ?
by Angela Guess Bernard Marr recently opined in Forbes, ?The job of data scientist ? the quintessential big data job, and the job that was just voted the best job in America for 2016 ? is at risk. Data scientists have been called ?unicorns? because finding the right person with the right set of skills ?
The stakes are large in the Natural Language Processing (NLP) market: It?s the high ground in the battle for control of the data economy and the key to turning silicon into gold, according to a report issued this quarter from market intelligence firm Tractica.
by Angela Guess A new release out of the company reports, ?Lexalytics®, a leader in cloud and on-prem text analytics solutions, announced that it is launching Salience® for Android?, the first native text analytics package for a mobile operating system. With Salience for Android, application developers can now offer mobile users sophisticated natural language processing ?
by Angela Guess Kim S. Nash recently wrote in the Wall Street Journal, ?Staples Inc., facing tough competition in office supplies from online players, rolled out a new system Tuesday that taps natural language processing and machine learning. The Staples Easy System lets business customers reorder products through a mobile app or its familiar red ?
Smart Data Webinar: Machine Learning Techniques for Analyzing Unstructured Business Data from DATAVERSITY To view the On Demand recording of the presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar Over 70% of enterprise data is unstructured text, and business leaders are keenly aware of the vast potential of such document repositories. Few however know how to harness this knowledge. ?
SmartData Webinar: Machine Learning Techniques for Analyzing Unstructured Business Data To view the Slides Only of the presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar Over 70% of enterprise data is unstructured text, and business leaders are keenly aware of the vast potential of such document repositories. Few however know how to harness this knowledge. Deciding on the nature ?
by Jelani Harper Natural Language Processing (NLP) may seem the least notable of Semantic technologies and their applications, particularly when considering the hype surrounding graph databases, Cognitive Computing, and the Internet of Things. Nonetheless, Markets and Markets reports that the NLP market is projected to grow to $13.4 billion?with a CAGR of 18.4 percent?in the next ?
by Angela Guess A recent article reports, ?According to a new market research report, ?Natural Language Processing Market for Health Care and Life Sciences Industry by Type (Rule-Based, Statistical, and Hybrid NLP Solutions) ? Worldwide Forecast and Analysis to 2015 ? 2020,? published by MarketsandMarkets, The global Healthcare and Life Sciences NLP Market industry is ?
by Angela Guess According to a recent article out of the company, ?Expert System, the leader in multilingual semantic intelligence technology for the effective management of unstructured and open source information, today announced that Expert System executives, Bryan Bell and Luigi Paraboschi, will participate in speaking sessions covering Semantic Intelligence & SharePoint and Natural Language ?
by Angela Guess Nitin Agrawal recently wrote for Financial Express, ?It at times feels magical that Search engines know, with unbelievable accuracy, exactly what you are looking for. This is the result of a heavy investment in NLP [natural language processing] and Semantic technologies. These, along with speech-recognition, have the potential of enabling a future ?
DATE: October 8, 2015 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees This webinar has passed. The recording is available On Demand. About the Webinar Over 70% of enterprise data is unstructured text, and business leaders are keenly aware of the vast potential of such document repositories. Few however know ?
by Angela Guess Erin Griffith of Fortune reports, ?Taykey, a New York startup that makes software for marketers, makes use of 50,000 inputs and 47 engineers with seven doctorates in natural language processing to build tools that surface trends. Inputs include anything from people ?checking in? with Foursquare?s Swarm app to a widely popular weather ?
Matt Southern of Search Engine Journal reports, ?Wit.ai, a Y combinator startup founded 18 months ago, has been acquired by Facebook with the intent for the company to help the social network create an API for building voice-controlled interfaces."
Stephen Shankland of CNet recently reported, ?Google updated its Hangouts app on Wednesday so the multipurpose communication tool can detect when people are trying to find each other and make it easier to connect."
Dan Primack of Fortune reports, ?ToyTalk, the company founded by Pixar veterans to help digital apps and physical toys to have interactive conversations with young children, has raised $15 million in new venture capital funding led by Khosla Ventures."