The impact of AI on human resources The world of work is rapidly changing, both due to traditional data science practices being adopted by more organisations, and due to the increasing popularity of generative AI tools such as ChatGPT, and Google’s BARD among non-technical workers.
Technologies like Machine learning (ML), artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language processing (NLP) have revolutionised the way businesses gather data, interpret it, and use the insights to improve processes, ROI, customer satisfaction, and other aspects of their business.
This week, at the World Health Summit 2023 in Berlin, Kristy Kade of the US based non-profit White Ribbon Alliance spoke to delegates at a World Health Organization event about the Women’s health and well-being: What do women want?
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.
Natural language processing (NLP) is no longer a term that makes people shake their heads and go “huh…?” – on the contrary, most businesses are aware of what it is and the powerful applications it offers through its variety of natural language APIs, text analysis APIs, and text processing APIs.
Guest post by Essa Jabang, who works as a data and engineering consultant in our team at Fast Data Science and also runs his own company Taybull.
What is NLP in business environments? Natural language processing (NLP) is a branch of AI (Artificial Intelligence), empowering computers to not just understand but also process and generate language in the same way that humans do.
Can we detect what is fake news or plagiarised in 59 articles for Der Spiegel by Claas Relotius? We used natural language processing to uncover the clues that pointed to a rogue journalist’s history of submitting fake news
Insolvency Bot A bot leveraging LLMs to answer questions about English insolvency law. You can read more in our accompanying blog post.
Fast Stylometry Tutorial I’m introducing a Python library I’ve written, called faststylometry, which allows you to compare authors of texts by their writing style.
Image from: harmonydata.ac.uk “Thinking too much” I have been working on the development of Harmony, a tool to help psychology researchers harmonise questionnaire items in plain text across languages so that they can combine datasets from disparate sources.