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Banking Automation: NLP in the Finance Industry

NLP in banking

The multiplied growth of data from various sources like- Internet, electronic devices, social media, etc. is flooding the databases. But in-turn it is providing organizations in the finance sector bountiful opportunities to improvise their business.  Research shows that more than 80% of the data in the financial sector is unstructured. Data present in the form […]

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Business Analytics VS Business Intelligence


For your business to thrive, you need to know what’s working, what’s not, and how to improve. That much is obvious. But figuring out how to go about it? That’s the tricky part. The sheer quantity and scope of data produced and stored by your company can make it incredibly hard to peer through the […]

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5 Major Use Cases of NLP in the Healthcare Industry

NLP In Healtcare industry

 Artificial intelligence (AI) is progressively being adopted across the healthcare industry, and probably the most energizing AI applications leverage natural language processing (NLP). NLP is a particular part of AI concentrated on the translation and manipulation of human-produced spoken or written data. In this blog, we describe a couple of promising NLP use cases for […]

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AI Smart Implementation in Analytics: The NLQ Use Case


Natural Language Processing is becoming more important in the field of Human-Computer Interaction. This paper addresses a search interface to convert Natural Language Query (example English Language) into the database system understandable language without having knowledge of system language. The main goal of this system is to provide communication between human and computer without recalling […]

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With SoftBank’s Vision Fund 2, the AI Revolution is here

Artifical Intelligence

“We believe that the AI revolution is here”- Masayoshi Son, CEO Softbank  The Japanese investment firm- SoftBank, led by the biggest advocate of Artificial Intelligence tech- Masayoshi Son, announced the second round of its mega vision funding for secured pledges worth a whopping $108 Billion, participating in which are giants like Foxconn, Microsoft and Apple. […]

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Data Loop Is The New Buzz Word!

Kato Blog

“Data” is a highly valued asset in today’s connected world. Businesses across the spectrum are exploring ways and means to harness this data. The use of data is altering the way business operates across industries. Earlier, gathering a huge amount of data and analyzing it was restricted to huge corporations with big budgets. Today, small […]

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Comparative insight into how Kato differentiates itself from Redash

Kato is an open-source online analytics platform. It allows anyone with a data set to import their data, manipulate or merge different sources and visualize it and finally share the data with anyone and everyone. It’s feature set rival that of other online tools like Redash, Tableau, Sisense, etc. My name is Achin and I […]

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Moving Beyond Traditional Analytics

In a recent global survey by PWC, more than 2,100 executives shared their next big decision and how decision-making needs to improve by 2020. About 61% of the survey audience said that they would rely on data analysis more and less on intuition. Also, the companies that are not data-driven are at the risk of […]

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Predictive Analytics to Reduce Churn: Subscription Model

Why Churn prediction Customer churn is one evil that all organizations dread. A well-informed customer base with multiple product and service options are not easy to retain. A robust and sustainable strategy for customer retention is very crucial. Retain, engage and increase the customer lifetime value can be achieved through Predictive Analytics. Traditional churn analysis […]

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Pulling the Trigger: Geo Analytics is not an Option, It is the Future

Back in the 1780s, when the Industrial Revolution occurred, the peasantry had no way of contributing to its evolution or be on the receiving end of its progress for they were constrained by lack of skill and knowledge. In the early years of the 20th century, the manufacturing boom, powered by the Assembly Line production, […]

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