natural language processing

3月 182019
 

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a natural evolution of analytics. Over the years, we have seen AI add learning and automation capabilities to the predictive and prescriptive jobs of analytics. We have been building AI systems for decades, but a few things have changed to make today’s AI systems more powerful. [...]

Advancing AI with deep learning and GPUs was published on SAS Voices by Oliver Schabenberger

3月 182019
 

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a natural evolution of analytics. Over the years, we have seen AI add learning and automation capabilities to the predictive and prescriptive jobs of analytics. We have been building AI systems for decades, but a few things have changed to make today’s AI systems more powerful. [...]

Advancing AI with deep learning and GPUs was published on SAS Voices by Oliver Schabenberger

3月 122019
 

The Special Olympics is part of the inclusion movement for people with intellectual disabilities. The organisation provides year-round sports training and competitions for adults and children with intellectual disabilities. In March 2019 the Special Olympics World Games will be held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. There are a number [...]

Normal and exceptional: analytics in use at the Special Olympics was published on SAS Voices by Yigit Karabag

2月 132019
 

Every day, military intelligence analysts sit behind computers reading a never-ending stream of reports, updating presentation templates and writing assessments. But intelligence is more than documenting events and sharing breaking news. It involves understanding and predicting complexities in human behavior across various organizational constructs and using facets of information to [...]

NLP for military intelligence was published on SAS Voices by Mary Beth Moore

2月 132019
 

Every day, military intelligence analysts sit behind computers reading a never-ending stream of reports, updating presentation templates and writing assessments. But intelligence is more than documenting events and sharing breaking news. It involves understanding and predicting complexities in human behavior across various organizational constructs and using facets of information to [...]

NLP for military intelligence was published on SAS Voices by Mary Beth Moore

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5月 302018
 

Maybe you’ve heard of text analytics (or natural language processing) as a way to analyze consumer sentiment. Businesses often use these techniques to analyze customer complaints or comments on social media, to identify when a response is needed. But text analytics has far more to offer than examining posts on [...]

5 remarkable uses for text analytics was published on SAS Voices by Tom Sabo

1月 262018
 

A chatbot is a computer program that uses natural language processing (NLP) and artificial intelligence to simulate human conversation and derive a response. Essentially, it’s a machine that can chat with you or respond to your chatter. Chatbots can save time and money when used to handle simple, automated tasks.  [...]

Let's chat about chatbots was published on SAS Voices by Wayne Thompson

2月 202016
 

Don’t get me wrong. I have no doubt in the capabilities of our SAS products and SAS  solutions! But I wanted to get a firsthand experience of our new solution for text analytics, SAS Contextual Analysis 14.1. And the result is very convincing! But let’s start from the beginning. Functions […]

The post SAS® Text Analytics and Text Mining in Action: Experiences From a ‘Self-Trial’ With SAS® Contextual Analysis appeared first on The Text Frontier.

2月 112016
 

This is the first of two articles looking at how to listen to what your customers are saying and act upon it – that is, how to understand the voice of the customer. Over the last few years, one of the big uses  for SAS® Text Analytics has been to […]

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2月 022016
 

Is cognitive computing an application of text mining? If you have asked this question, you are not alone. In fact, lately I have heard it quite often. So what is cognitive computing, really? A cognitive computing system, as stated by Dr. John E. Kelly III, is one that has the […]

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