Informatics and data science in any sector, and not just healthcare, are two very distinct fields. While informatics focuses on coming up with systems for the collection, storage, and management of data, data science is all about using the right tools to gain valuable insights through complex analytics.
NLP use cases have grown significantly in recent years. From NLP use cases in finance to NLP in healthcare use cases, we explore the various uses for business.
We designed the Clinical Trial Risk Tool, a clinical trial risk assessment tool using AI and NLP to quantify the risk of a trial ending uninformatively.
Do you need to compare questionnaire data across studies? Are the items inconsistent, or are there different versions of the same questionnaire floating around?
We have been developing a tool using Natural Language Processing which is designed to help researchers in the social sciences to harmonise datasets from different contexts.
We excited to announce that we are working on a new project called Harmony for the Wellcome Trust Mental Health Data Prize - this uses natural language processing to combine data in the social sciences from different questionnaires, such as the GAD-7 and Beck’s Anxiety Inventory, even when the questionnaires are in different languages!
How AI and machine learning are transforming healthcare. The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the healthcare field is already expanding monumentally, showing its application in many subsets and providing benefits to companies, physicians, and patients alike.
How Hybrid AI can combine the best of symbolic AI and machine learning to predict salaries, clinical trial risk and costs, and enhance chatbots.
Many applications of machine learning in business are complex, but we can achieve a lot by scoring risk on an additive scale from 0 to 10.
Natural language processing (NLP) is the science of getting computers to talk, or interact with humans in human language. Examples of natural language processing include speech recognition, spell check, autocomplete, chatbots, and search engines.
Today, Thursday 5 May, is being celebrated worldwide as the International Day of the Midwife, organised by the International Confederation of Midwives.