Tag Archive for text mining

Lexalytics Unveils Industry’s First Wizard for Text Mining and Sentiment Analysis

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by Angela Guess A new article out of the company reports, “Lexalytics®, the leader in cloud and on-prem text and sentiment analytics solutions, today announced the availability of the first-ever wizard and graphical user interface (GUI) for its Semantria® software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform and Excel plugin. The new wizard, called SWIZ, is part of the Semantria…

Surveying the Current State of Enterprise Search

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by Angela Guess Martin White of CMS Wire recently wrote, “We’ve reached an understanding over the last few years around issues related to the low level of enterprise search implementations and the lack of user confidence in search results. A number of surveys published in 2014 have investigated how search is being implemented and some…

MonkeyLearn Unveils its Powerful and Affordable Artificial Intelligence Technology Platform for Developers

A recent release from MonkeyLearn states, “Developers, startups, and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) now have access to a powerful, customizable, and affordable artificial intelligence (AI) technology platform for text mining, MonkeyLearn. As one of the first companies to meet the demands of a new, sophisticated era of AI, MonkeyLearn will be unveiled in beta…

Startup TextRazor Features Enhanced Language Support In Open Semantic Analysis And Text Mining API

Comprehensive support for semantic analysis across 20 languages (up from ten) is one of the latest additions to TextRazor’s customizable, open semantic analysis and text mining API, to satisfy what the startup says is increasing demand for sophisticated semantic tools that go beyond English. The company’s technology has been in public beta for just a…

Getting Europe Into The App Economy

In the United States, the app economy, as of late 2012, had created close to 530,000 jobs and served as a significant economic driver for a number of states. A study released by CTIA-The Wireless Association and the Application Developers Alliance, dubbed The Geography of the App Economy, reported more than 2.4 million apps available on more…