Keep track of everything that happens online with respect to your target of interest in one simple and convenient dashboard. Gavagai Monitor collects and reads everything written in all public text streams in any language and reads it all, to create executive summaries for you, giving you instant insights into what is going on.
No need to avoid open text answers anymore - coding them just became much easier! Upload your survey responses and Gavagai Explorer will identify the most salient concepts and cluster the texts for you. You will be able to navigate through the responses, recluster, combine concepts, and find your insights in a fraction of the time previous coding schemes would afford. Save days or weeks of manual hard work using Gavagai Explorer!
Our text analytics engine is handily available for all techies out there! Our customers can integrate our services into their products and processes.
CGI will present a revolutionary meaning-based end-to-end solution in 45 languages with the latest language AI technology from SAS and Gavagai. Regional pre-launch May 18th in Stockholm. Expect a truly transformative shift toward unsupervised, self-learning, meaning-based solutions, built on real AI, and which thrives on the extreme variability in everyday language usage. Stay tuned!
IBM, Microsoft, Xerox, HP, SAS Institute, Gavagai and Karolinska University Hospital presenting at this seminar on AI in Healtcare, organized by Karolinska Center for Innovation. Focus of this event: Natural Language Processing. Machines that read, interpret and draw conclusions from vast amounts of natural language text, the benefits in healthcare, clinical insights et cetera.
The Middle East Investment Summit in Dubai is a leading industry conference. This year, an entire day of the conference is dedicated to Data & Analytics and Gavagai is honored to host. Lars Hamberg from Gavagai talks about automation in the banking industry and will moderate sessions and panels with IBM Watson and other interesting participants.
Magnus Sahlgren presented at the ECTC conference on online terrorist propaganda. On 10 and 11 April 2017, Europol’s European Counter Terrorism Centre (ECTC) hosted its first high-level Conference on Online Terrorist Propaganda. On this occasion, over 150 participants gathered at Europol’s headquarters in The Hague to discuss a wide variety of topics pertaining to the online terrorist threat.