Really interesting article in CIO Dive yesterday, “3 trends shaping the business intelligence market,” in which author Roberto Torres explores the rapidly evolving expectations for BI. Reading through it, we notice several scenarios where Arria NLG Studio for BI is already helping enterprises meet those expectations.
At the Arria booth during VOICE Summit 2019, Tim Daniels and his knowledgeable Arria sales colleagues often found themselves explaining to our visitors the differences between NLG and other forms of natural language technologies. Some who dropped by had heard of NLP, for example, but not NLG.
Another productive day for the fluorescent orange shirts of Team Arria, as our Senior Vice President of Customer and Partner Success, Cathy Herbert, led a breakout session on the Future of Natural Language Generation. Cathy took the stage at the spacious Jim Wise Theater in Kupfrian Hall with Tyler Merritt from Arria’s partner firm, FaceMe
I write this dispatch while sitting with Arria teammates outside of the crowded meeting space where Arria’s COO, Jay DeWalt, and Chief Scientist, Ehud Reiter, are unveiling the breakthrough use of Amazon’s Alexa as a presentation layer over a Tableau dashboard integrated with Arria's NLG technology. We’re happy to listen through the open door, giving up our seats to VOICE Summit attendees
It’s been said that RPA takes the robot out of the human. Now it’s time for NLG to give the power of natural human language to RPA.
According to Gartner, “by 2022, 85 percent of large and very large organizations will have deployed some form of RPA.” And no wonder: RPA can transfer data into and between systems faster than humanly possible, and with zero human error.
We enjoyed Daniel Newman’s recent contribution to Forbes, “Top 10 Digital Transformation Trends For 2020.” It’s a great read all around, but we are particularly in agreement about four of the trends Mr. Newman identifies as likely to catch fire in 2020, because in our world of Natural Language Generation we already see temperatures rising rapidly
Press coverage of Natural Language Generation (NLG) tends to suggest that writing as a physical, human activity, with fingers on a keyboard and coffee rings on printed drafts, is an antiquated trade, sort of like Elevator Operator. Remind me again why we need you? So, it is understandable that many traditional writers and analysts might at first feel threatened
If you’re already using business information dashboards to help analyze mountains of data, great! You have moved beyond the traditional spreadsheet analysis that has bottlenecked business information for years.
But if you’re reading this blog post, you’ve probably noticed that, like spreadsheets, dashboards are not perfect communicators.
If your organization’s brightest minds are busy keeping all the plates spinning in legacy analytical processes, consider what they might notice, decide, or dream up if only they had instant, accurate insights, combined with time to think.