Luminoso

 

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    • Luminoso
    • http://www.luminoso.com/
    • 11-50 Employees

Description:
Luminoso Technologies, Inc. is a leading AI-based deep analytics company that enables clients to rapidly discover value in their data. Its solution reveals an accurate, unbiased, real-time understanding of what consumers are saying, uncovering actionable insights and the “unknown unknowns.” These insights are used to increase business performance and build better customer experiences. Luminoso’s software is flexible; it natively analyzes data in 11 languages and can be deployed in either a standalone Cloud or On Premise solution or integrated into an end-to-end client platform via the API.

Clients include Autodesk, Sprint, Staples, Scott’s Miracle Gro, and Target Australia. Luminoso also serves a growing set of channel partners, including Sapient Government Services.

Products:
Luminoso Compass: Tap into streaming conversation and take the pulse of your customers, workforce, and marketplace. Compass distills erratic, large-scale discussion into digestible topics so you can seize opportunities as they arise, address issues before they become problems, and gauge opinion in real time.

Luminoso Analytics: In this fast-paced world, every moment matters. Luminoso Analytics processes data in minutes, not days – allowing you to begin surfacing insights right away.




Headquartered: Sixth Floor Cambridge, MA
Date Founded: 2010

Case Studies (0)

Executive Interviews (1)

Interviewee Name: Dr. Catherine Havasi

Company Role: CEO

Interview Summary: Not more than 10 years ago, it would have been difficult to talk into your phone and have anything meaningful happen. AI and natural language processing (NLP) have made large leaps in the last decade, and in this episode Dr. Catherine Havasi articulates why and how. Havasi talks about how NLP used to work, and how a focus on deep learning has helped transform the prevalence and capabilities of NLP in the industry. For the last 17 years, Havasi has been working on a project through the MIT Media Lab called ConceptNet, a common sense lexicon for machines. She is also Founder of Luminoso, which helps businesses make sense of text data and improve processes, and one of a handful of female leaders in the AI field who we’ve had the privilege of interviewing in the past year.

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