Information Analytics

A new study reveals significant gaps between what enterprises want to implement and what they have actually accomplished with modern data sharing and advanced analytics. In essence, only a small percentage of enterprises surveyed are truly data-driven.

“Data is transforming business!” is a common eureka-esque cry in the anglophone media, as if it’s a new thing. I mean, tell the people of the Neolithic Near East something they don’t already know. Advances in information abstraction, representation, storage, processing and transmission have been transforming industries and whole economies for centuries.

TITUS, a provider of data protection solutions, has announced TITUS Intelligent Protection, which adds machine learning advances to its TITUS Classification Suite for Windows and TITUS Illuminate solutions.

SAP has announced an expansion of its Machine Learning capabilities that will enable users to build increasingly sophisticated corporate chat bots easily. SAP also announced an investment in intelligent robotic process automation (RPA) that is intended to help automate repetitive processes.

Iron Mountain has announced the commercial availability of Iron Mountain InSight, a new SaaS content services platform jointly developed in partnership with Google Cloud to help organizations realize the full value of their vast stores of physical and digital information.

AI developer Rulex has launched Rulex Robotic Data Correction (RDC), a turn-key AI-based solution for the automatic correction of forms-oriented business data. 

PwC Germany and young European tech company Cortical.io have recently signed a joint business relationship agreement whereby PwC becomes partner of Cortical.io and develops natural language understanding solutions using Cortical.io’s technology.

Open source AI developer H2O.ai has announced a new release of its automatic machine learning platform H2O Driverless AI, which includes advanced Natural Language Processing (NLP) capabilities.

Rosoka Software has launched Rosoka Text Analytics v1.5 for the IBM i2 Analyst’s Notebook. The new release of the tightly integrated application delivers powerful new features that allow users to fully analyze multilingual unstructured data, while providing the analyst with more control over the entities and relationship that are used for analysis.

Insight Engines is launching the company’s version 3.0 product, combining two key components: Insight Investigator and Insight Analyzer. Together, these offerings use natural language processing, machine learning, and expert knowledge to detect data gaps, ask high-value questions, and give recommendations based on industry intelligence and activities.

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