Tag Archives: NLP

Virtual Support Tool Developer Espressive Announces Series B Funding Round; Pat Calhoun Quoted

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Espressive, a Santa Clara, Calif.-based artificial intelligence software developer, has raised $30M in a round of Series B financing led by Insight Partners and supported by Wing Venture Capital and General Catalyst. Espressive said Wednesday it will use the investment to advance growth initiatives and product innovation and address its client base’s demands.

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Deloitte: Agencies Could Use Natural Language Processing to Derive Insights From Unstructured Data

A Deloitte article says government agencies seeking to generate insights from unstructured data to facilitate the decision-making process and policy analysis could use artificial intelligence in the form of natural language processing. NLP has seven technical capabilities that could help agencies identify patterns, analyze public opinion and categorize topics, according to the article published Wednesday.

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Leidos, USC Partner on Network Analysis, Computing Research Projects; Gulu Gambhir Comments

Leidos and the University of Southern California Viterbi School of Engineering’s Information Sciences Institute have partnered for two research projects that seek to advance high-performance computing and network analysis. Leidos said Monday it will fund both projects through a five-year, $500,000 grant under the Strategic University Alliances Program. The program seeks to support science, …

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Frost & Sullivan: Health Tech Vendors See Biz Opportunity in EHR Data Retrieval

A new Frost & Sullivan study says investments from government and healthcare providers have facilitated increased usage of electronic health records and have placed EHR retrieval as an important service priority. Frost & Sullivan said Thursday the “EHR Usability—CIOs Weigh in On What’s Needed to Improve Information Retrieval” report notes hindrances in EHR usage, such as speed …

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