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    1. Lexalytics® Launches New Artificial Intelligence Development Platform to Help Customers Quickly Build, Customize and Deploy Natural Language Processing Applications

      Lexalytics® Launches New Artificial Intelligence Development Platform to Help Customers Quickly Build, Customize and Deploy Natural Language Processing Applications

      Lexalytics® , the leader in “words-first” machine learning and artificial intelligence, announced today the launch of Lexalytics AI Assembler , a new machine learning platform that simplifies and accelerates the process of gaining insights from the large quantity of natural language data inundating the enterprise.

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    2. Software firm Infor develops chat-based AI platform for HR services

      Software firm Infor develops chat-based AI platform for HR services

      Software firm Infor develops chat-based AI platform for HR services KV Kurmanath Tweet Hyderabad, December 11: Raising a ticket regarding a query on leaves, travel or rescheduling of meetings, and waiting endlessly for an answer from the human resources department? In smaller organisations, you can get an answer over the cubicle. But in a larger firm, it will be tough for HR departments to handle a plethora of queries, and could leave the staff in a spot.

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      Mentions: India Hyderabad
    3. Fired Tech Workers Turn to Chatbots for Counseling

      Fired Tech Workers Turn to Chatbots for Counseling

      For months Lovkesh Joshi was quietly terrified of losing his job as a manager at a top Indian tech services company. Clients were cutting their budgets, prompting his bosses to fire dozens of colleagues. His manager told him not to worry, but it was hard not to when experts were predicting that millions of the country’s IT workers would be eliminated in the coming years.

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      Mentions: India Yahoo Adobe
    4. Artificial Emotional Intelligence: The New milestone in CX

      Tweet Humans pride themselves on their ability to understand each other (well, mostly). But recently, we are faced with a new technology, namely, artificial intelligence (AI). Plenty has already been said about it in the recent past. Truth be told, this is just the beginning. According to a survey , when it comes to communication, 94% of global consumers think it is important that AI devices can understand and communicate using natural human language. AI is here to stay.

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    5. Simplifying travel planning through technology and AI: Interview

      Simplifying travel planning through technology and AI: Interview

      By Tim Sandle 6 hours ago in Business The way businesses and consumers book travel is set for further shake-ups as artificial intelligence becomes the norm. The process of planning travel is becoming simplified and easier. One company pioneering technological innovations in travel is KAYAK , and the company is taking a self-declared bullish approach to using artificial intelligence to forward the next phase of travel planning.

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    6. Automatic Lung-RADS™ classification with a natural language processing system.

      Automatic Lung-RADS™ classification with a natural language processing system.

      J Thorac Dis. 2017 Sep;9(9):3114-3122

      Authors: Beyer SE, McKee BJ, Regis SM, McKee AB, Flacke S, El Saadawi G, Wald C

      Abstract Background: Our aim was to train a natural language processing (NLP) algorithm to capture imaging characteristics of lung nodules reported in a structured CT report and suggest the applicable Lung-RADS™ (LR) category.

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      Mentions: NLP ACR
    7. Adverse Drug Event Discovery Using Biomedical Literature: A Big Data Neural Network Adventure.

      Adverse Drug Event Discovery Using Biomedical Literature: A Big Data Neural Network Adventure.

      JMIR Med Inform. 2017 Dec 08;5(4):e51

      Authors: P Tafti A, Badger J, LaRose E, Shirzadi E, Mahnke A, Mayer J, Ye Z, Page D, Peissig P

      Abstract BACKGROUND: The study of adverse drug events (ADEs) is a tenured topic in medical literature.

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    8. Reading a neural network’s mind | Mit News

      Reading a neural network’s mind | Mit News

      Login or Subscribe Newsletter Neural nets are so named because they roughly approximate the structure of the human brain. Typically, they’re arranged into layers, and each layer consists of many simple processing units — nodes — each of which is connected to several nodes in the layers above and below. Data is fed into the lowest layer, whose nodes process it and pass it to the next layer.

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    9. Identifying natural health product and dietary supplement information within adverse event reporting systems.

      Identifying natural health product and dietary supplement information within adverse event reporting systems.

      Pac Symp Biocomput. 2018;23:268-279

      Authors: Sharma V, Sarkar IN

      Abstract Data on safety and efficacy issues associated with natural health products and dietary supplements (NHP&S) remains largely cloistered within domain specific databases or embedded within general biomedical data sources.

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    10. Democratizing data science through data science training.

      Democratizing data science through data science training.

      Pac Symp Biocomput. 2018;23:292-303

      Authors: Van Horn JD, Fierro L, Kamdar J, Gordon J, Stewart C, Bhattrai A, Abe S, Lei X, O'Driscoll C, Sinha A, Jain P, Burns G, Lerman K, Ambite JL

      Abstract The biomedical sciences have experienced an explosion of data which promises to overwhelm many current practitioners.

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    11. Artificial Intelligence still isn't a game changer

      Artificial Intelligence still isn't a game changer

      OPINION: Artificial Intelligence still isn't a game changer Opinion 00pm / Leonid Bershidsky Robots are advancing exponentially while human learning occurs at a much slower pace. Picture: Shutterstock INTERNATIONAL - Not much time passes these days between so-called major advancements in artificial intelligence. Yet researchers are not much closer than they were decades ago to the big goal: actually replicating human intelligence.

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    12. Another IT boom in the offing? Samsung India to hire 1,000 engineering grads for new-age profiles

      Another IT boom in the offing? Samsung India to hire 1,000 engineering grads for new-age profiles

      Another IT boom in the offing? Samsung India to hire 1,000 engineering grads for new-age profiles International Business Times 41 minutes ago Purnita Deb Looks like another IT boom is in the offing in the country as tech giants look forward to expand their talent pool by hiring more graduates from institutions in India next year.

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    13. The agony and ecstasy of conversational commerce

      The agony and ecstasy of conversational commerce

      News Stay informed about the latest enterprise technology news and product updates. The agony and ecstasy of conversational commerce by Brian Holak Associate Site Editor Conversational commerce between a human and an artificial intelligence is immature and mostly brokered by the tech giants. That doesn't mean CIOs shouldn't put in their two cents.

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    14. Monthly Writers' Recap: November 2017 Writers'

      Monthly Writers' Recap: November 2017 Writers'

      18,893 November's Publications On November 20th, we released the DZone Guide to Web Development: Frameworks and Responsive Design . This Guide exceeded our already-high expectatons, both in terms of quality and in terms of reader response. So far, the Web Dev Guide has been downloaded nearly 17,000 times! In addition, we published the following Refcardz: Introduction to TensorFlow and Microservices in Java . Introducing Lisa Smith We're very pleased to welcome Lisa Smith to the Zone Leader team.

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    15. AI Will Replace Coders by 2040, Warn Academics

      AI Will Replace Coders by 2040, Warn Academics

      AI Will Replace Coders by 2040, Warn Academics By V3.co.uk A new study published by Oak Ridge National Laboratory finds coders and programmers could be replaced by emerging technologies. Credit: Time.com Coders and programmers could find themselves becoming marginalized by emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, with humans being replaced in these jobs by 2040, according to a study from academic researchers published by Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

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    16. Webinar Overview The top 5 trends driving ecommerce in 2018

      Webinar Overview The top 5 trends driving ecommerce in 2018

      Facebook In a recent InternetRetailing webinar, The top 5 trends driving ecommerce in 2018, we heard from Håkan Thyr, director of global strategic partnerships at ChannelAdvisor. Here’s a bulletpoint overview of the event. • Håkan Thyr opened the webinar with an introduction to ChannelAdvisor before diving into the key trends he sees as essential for retailers to consider for 2018. Age of the Algorithm: we’re at a tipping point where technologies are starting to become affordable enough.

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    17. Global Computer Assisted Coding Software Market Size, Status And Forecast 2022

      Press release from: Research N Reports Computer assisted coding software aims to resolve this issue by analyzing the medical record or document for specific keywords. The keywords are analyzed by comparing the document data with available database. Thus, computer assisted coding software provides appropriate keyword to the administrative person or coder who can use it for billing purpose.Computer assisted coding software uses structured input or natural language processing (NLP) technology for document processing. This helps to increase productivity and reducing process time of the administrative person or coder. Computer assisted coding software also helps in reducing errors and improving ...

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    18. Nice : One of Australia's Largest Insurers Selects NICE's Nexidia Analytics Solution to Improve Customer Experience

      HOBOKEN, New Jersey , Dec. 5 -- NICE, an enterprise software solutions provider, issued the following news release: NICE (Nasdaq: NICE) today announced that one of Australia's largest multinational insurance companies is implementing Nexidia Analytics as part of an initiative to improve customer experience, increase efficiency and reduce costs.

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    19. At Visual Studio Live!, Microsoft Sees Bright Future for AI-Driven Bots Programming

      At Visual Studio Live!, Microsoft Sees Bright Future for AI-Driven Bots Programming

      By David Ramel 12/08/2017 Microsoft's Nick Landry painted a bright future for AI-driven bots programming at the recent Visual Studio Live! conference in Orlando. Landry, a senior technical evangelist, noted that AI was recently identified by CEO Satya Nadella as one of the three main areas of innovation focus for the company, along with quantum computing and mixed reality.

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    20. Future of Cognitive Systems Market

      Future of Cognitive Systems Market

      14:03:09 ​The cognitive system is a suit of technologies, which extracts the insights form the structured and unstructured data by using machine learning and natural language processing technology. The increasing unstructured data, such as call center transcripts, documents, email messages, social media content, and social networking sites contents has become one of the major factors for the growth of the cognitive system market.

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