#textmining

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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1月 232016
 

Hi, there! First of all, let me introduce myself, as this is my first blog. I am Simran Bagga, and three weeks ago I became the Product Manager for Text Analytics at SAS. This role might be new to me, but text analytics is not. For the past 12 years, […]

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12月 232015
 

In today’s world of instant gratification, consumers want – and expect – immediate answers to their questions. Quite often, that help comes in the form of a live chat session with a customer service agent. The logs from these chats provide a unique analysis opportunity. Like a call center transcript, […]

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6月 262015
 

Double negatives seem to be everywhere, I have noticed them a lot in music recently. Since Pink Floyd sang "We don't need no education", to Rihanna's "I wasn’t looking for nobody when you looked my way". My own favourite song with a double negative is "I can't get no sleep" - Faithless. This […]

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2月 242014
 
Recently, SAS announced support for White House efforts in the fight against patent trolls.  As indicated in the announcement, lawsuits filed by patent trolls cost innovators $500 billion in lost wealth from 1990 to 2010[1] - and are growing at an average rate of 22% a year. Finding the right […]