The Analyst Toolbox  intelligent text analytics for business users

Over the past three years, ai-one engineers have developed reference designs for demonstration, proof of concept and testing.  These applications are used to demonstrate the value proposition of ai-one’s core (Nathan) and show developers how the core can be used with other technologies such as NLP to solve language problems.  The three applications used by the ai-one sales team are BrainView, BrainBrowser and BrainDocs.

As a result of demand from ai-one customers and prospects, we are merging these applications into one browser based user interface and moving them to a cloud architecture with the new Nathan API.  This so we can offer them to end users that do not have the time or resources to develop their own. This product will be generally available in a SaaS beta version as a private cloud solution end of September 2013, first for enterprises and later for individual subscribers.

The three applications included in the ai-one Analyst Toolbox are:

    • BrainBrowser – enables users to analyze a document (or any piece of textual content) and “find something like this”
    • BrainDocs – uses personal intelligent agents for finding and organizing content by concept “idea”
    • BrainView – create big brains from content or social media (think documents, user comments and review notes) to explore patterns and sentiment visually

Absolutely state of the art, all of the tools in the ai-one Analyst Toolbox are based on the Nathan API, ai-one’s core technology for language applications. The ai-one Analyst Toolbox leverages this core technology using both static and dynamic fingerprint techniques to deliver a set of tools for the analyst working with free text or unstructured data to classify, organize, filter, search and explore in ways not possible with keyword search, natural language processing (NLP), Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI) or other statistical/mathematical tools.

Furthermore, the extraction of concepts expressed in documents into a fingerprint graph enables experts with programs such as SPSS, R and Tableau to include unstructured data in their analytics and visualizations, not possible before now.

Simply put, these applications will make you or your clients smarter and faster.