Obviously AI Rolls Out First Natural Language-Powered ML Platform for Predicting Outcomes

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According to a recent press release, “Data at organizations can be incredibly siloed, difficult to access, and overwhelming for thousands of business users across the globe. From finding a list of items in a haystack of data, to running complex predictive analytics, business users often have to wait for weeks for data engineers to get a single question answered. Today, with the public launch of Obviously AI, a no-code platform designed to put the power of machine learning and analytics in the hands of non-technical business users, this solution can enable anyone to access crucial information and data predictions, simply by asking questions in natural language.”

The release goes on, “Obviously AI’s no-code tool is extremely easy to use with results on any query returned in under a minute. Users simply upload their dataset from CSV, databases or CRMs and then get a Google-like search bar to ask a question in natural language. For predictive questions, such as “Which customers are likely to cancel their subscriptions?” the platform will understand what the user is asking, find the right data, and build a machine learning algorithm on the fly. It also shows you exactly what factors drove your results, so you don’t have to guess how it got them. Similarly, the platform can answer analytical questions that look for existing patterns in data, such as “What is the average daily foot traffic for my retail stores?” Users do not need any familiarity with writing complex SQL queries or working with programming languages to code regressions, neural networks and other ML algorithms.”

Read more at Access Wire.

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