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.
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.
What do young people want? How would you complete the sentence: To improve my well-being, I want… And is anybody asking you this question?
Text Mining: Quick overview The modern enterprise has access to vast amounts of unstructured data but that data can only prove useful if the desired insights can be extracted from it.
How is text analysis AI looking in 2023, how it generally works, and how you can use it to take your customers, employees, and brand to the next level – all this and more in our in-depth article.
Natural Language Understanding (NLU): Overview If we think about it, language is one of the most powerful tools in our arsenal.
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.
Whether you’re a small business owner or a C-suite executive within a more prominent firm, you’re interested in seeing your business grow.
Natural language processing can distinguish customers from salespeople Is it possible to use natural language processing (NLP) to distinguish between unwanted sales approaches and promising leads for a business’s customer relationship management?
Job postings for data science consultants have increased an amazing 256% since 2013. Why? The need for data collection and processing is everywhere.
Data science in an organisation starts with three separate sub-teams: the data science team, the data engineering team, and the data operations team.
Does protecting sensitive data mean that you also need to compromise the performance of your machine learning model? If you study machine learning in university, or take an online course, you will normally work with a set of publicly available datasets such as the Titanic Dataset, Fisher’s Iris Flower Dataset, or the Labelled Faces in the Wild Dataset.