AppSheet Expands AI/ML Intelligence to No-code App Creation

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According to a new press release, “AppSheet, the leading no-code application platform, today announced it has added Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and new predictive model features to its intelligent platform, enabling business users to speed up data entry, perform statistical analysis of data, and integrate machine learning (ML) processing capabilities in smart enterprise apps—all without writing a single line of code. AppSheet will showcase its OCR and ML-powered features at its booth at the Gartner Application Strategies and Solutions Summit 2019, Dec. 3-5, in Las Vegas, Nev. AppSheet’s new OCR and no-code ML features builds on the company’s previously announced artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language processing (NLP) features, including Spec and Smart Assistant. These industry-first AI and NLP capabilities (in a no-code app platform) provide a user-friendly interface to technical and non-technical users alike, combining NLP with data-driven learning to discern what kind of app the user wants, and to build it interactively in real-time.”

Praveen Seshadri, founder and CEO of AppSheet, commented, “Our new OCR and predictive model capabilities further demonstrate how any business can easily embed AI and ML capabilities in intuitive software solutions to help drive productivity, without requiring specialized developers or data scientists… AppSheet empowers the business user to create and deploy apps that improve processes and drive productivity. Because no coding is required, business users can do it themselves without the need for expensive IT resources. With the new AI/ML features, these apps can now use data-driven intelligence to provide a smarter user experience and drive greater productivity gains.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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