AI Model Library & Marketplace
Build AI models to identify specific issues as part of a complete AI driven solution. Then retain and reuse these models applying what you’ve learned (your decision IP) to other similar types of cases increasing your speed to valuable insights.
You also have the option of leveraging multiple AI models at the same time creating more efficient workflows.
And with AI model encryption, your models remain secure and protected within your organization's AI Library.
By leveraging natural language processing – the same technology Apple uses with Siri, and Amazon with Alexa – you can rapidly explore and uncover hidden connections between people, places, and things.
Automatically recognizes discussions around positive or negative events within your content.
Communications are assigned a sentiment score which can be used to prioritize “hotspots” of evidence.
Seamlessly creates stories and events from your data using the combined power of linguistic intelligence, content classification, and emotional intelligence by analyzing patterns and making meaningful connections.
Multiple modes of supervised machine learning that continuously evolve based on human coding decisions.
Each decision made by the subject matter expert is automatically incorporated into the training process to improve the effectiveness of the model and present the most relevant documents to the user.
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