Tractable Understanding of the World Using AI + NLP

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Using AI and natural language processing (NLP) by itself isn't enough to analyze the world's data daily. At some point, humans need to consume and act on the information and insights provided. Bridging the gap between computer reasoning and human understanding is often called explainable AI or "XAI". 

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Bitvore uses a combination of techniques to make the abundance of content we see understandable, tractable, and comprehensible by decision-makers who need to know. We can classify content into more understandable buckets, to augment human understanding and overcome some of the limits of scale and understanding. 


Bitvore AI + NLP


Bitvore's tools and techniques allow humans to:

  • Better understand the mass amount of daily news and other unstructured textual data
  • Reduce the amount of data needed to make conclusions
  • Reduce the number of people required and the time needed to reach consensus for the same level of understanding
  • Provide better focus on what's important 

With AI + NLP tools and the right approach, insights and understanding can be derived from the world's unstructured textual data to provide analysis, trending, feature correlation, and early indicators of fundamental changes and impacts. 


To learn more about how Bitvore Cellenus uses AI and NLP to provide unprecedented business insights to customers in both the municipal and corporate markets, download the white paper below.

Tractable Understanding of the World Using AI + NLP

Read more from our Chief Data Officer, Greg Bolcer.

Greg Bolcer, CDO Bitvore

Greg Bolcer, CDO Bitvore

Greg is a serial entrepreneur who has founded three angel and VC-funded companies. He's been involved at an early stage or as an advisor to at least half a dozen more. Greg has a PhD and BS in Information and Computer Sciences from UC Irvine and a MS from USC.

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