Lexalytics

 

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    • Lexalytics
    • https://lexalytics.com/
    • 11-50 Employees

Description:

Lexalytics helps to solve the problem of text analytics and natural language processing. Use cases span from social listening to survey analysis.

Products:

  • AI Assembler
  • Salience
  • Semantria API
  • Semantria for Excel
  • Storage & Visualization



Industries Served: Many
Business Function: Natural Language Processing
Headquartered: Boston, MA
Date Founded: 2003

Case Studies (2)

Title: Microsoft Gets the Pulse of Customer Sentiment with Natural Language Processing Client Company: Lexalytics Executive Summary:

Tech Provider: Lexalytics – A natural language processing and text analytics software and service provider. Client Company: Microsoft – A multinationalRead More…

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Title: Software Company Reduced Churn with Text Analytics and NLP Insight Client Company: Lexalytics Executive Summary:

Tech Provider: Lexalytics – A natural language processing and text analytics software and service provider. Client Company: Voziq – OffersRead More…

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Executive Interviews (1)

Interviewee Name: Paul Barba

Company Role: Chief Scientist

Interview Summary: This week on AI in Industry, we speak to Paul Barba (Chief Scientist at Lexalytics) about what how companies are using natural language processing, and what it takes (in terms of expertise, time, and training) to get these systems working. From sentiment analysis to categorization, Paul walks us through interesting and fruitful use-cases and sheds light on the back-end “tweaking” required to keep NLP productive in a changing business environment.

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Mentions on TechEmergence(1)

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