- “There are handsome rewards for companies that insert big data and analytics into their operations. According to PWC, these organizations enjoy 5% more productivity and 6% more profitability than those that don’t.
- To understand how data can transform your business, check out, ‘The Evolution of Data in the Cloud: The Lynchpin of Competitive Advantage’, research sponsored by Snowflake.”
- “After a prolonged beta period, Parse.ly launched its flagship “Dash” product in 2012 to help online publishers gain insights into what people are reading on their site and how they got there.
- And in 2018, it launched Currents, which uses AI to measure real-time audience attention.”
- “Today, with the public launch of Obviously AI, a no-code platform designed to put the power of machine learning and analytics in the hands of non-technical business users, this solution can enable anyone to access crucial information and data predictions, simply by asking questions in natural language.
- Users do not need any familiarity with writing complex SQL queries or working with programming languages to code regressions, neural networks and other ML algorithms.
- All the user needs to get started is a CSV file and a question they want to ask. The platform is available in Free, Pro and Pro Plus versions.”
Obviously AI Rolls Out First Natural Language-Powered Machine Learning Platform for Predicting Outcomes from Any Data
Obviously.ai – https://www.obviously.ai
“Retailers are deploying artificial intelligence both online and in-store to help analyze data, deliver unique customer experiences (both onsite and online) and manage their back-end operations. PetSmart will discuss how it is deploying AI to manage its IT operations, and Amazon Pay will discuss the role of voice-based AI technologies in reshaping customer interactions.”
NRF Big Show 2020
- “Vijay Sankaran, chief information officer at TD Ameritrade Holding Corp., is betting that artificial intelligence-powered customer service and personalization will help it stand out from competitors.
- The Omaha, Neb.-based brokerage firm, which has about 12 million client accounts, is using AI to drive customized experiences for investors. “We want to be more of a Netflix-style or Spotify-style personalization engine for digital investing,”
- The eight-person team is now working on an AI engine called “voice of the customer analytics,” which builds on AI-based text and voice chatbots the company launched in 2017.
- In 2021, AI augmentation is expected to generate $2.9 trillion in business value, up from $1.6 trillion this year, according to Gartner.”
TD Ameritrade CIO Vijay Sankaran