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01Natural language humanizes your data

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Natural language processing (NLP) brings together computer science and linguistics to help computers understand meaning behind human language. Today, BI vendors are offering a natural language interface to visualizations so that users can interact with their data naturally, asking questions as they think of them without deep knowledge of the BI tool.

Within the context of modern BI, natural language is being applied to support the analytical conversation. Analytical conversation is defined as a human having a conversation with the system about their data. The system leverages context within the conversation to understand the user’s intent behind a query and further the dialogue, creating a more natural conversational experience. For example, when a person has a follow-up question of their data, they don’t have to rephrase the question to dig deeper or clarify an ambiguity. You could request for a BI tool to “Find large earthquakes near California” and then ask a follow-up question “How about near Texas?” without mentioning earthquakes for a second time.

Everybody has a thirst for getting insights about their data. And natural language is one important modality for bridging that gap.

Fábio Brendolin

Within the context of modern BI, natural language is being applied to support the analytical conversation. Analytical conversation is defined as a human having a conversation with the system about their data. The system leverages context within the conversation to understand the user’s intent behind a query and further the dialogue, creating a more natural conversational experience. For example, when a person has a follow-up question of their data, they don’t have to rephrase the question to dig deeper or clarify an ambiguity. You could request for a BI tool to “Find large earthquakes near California” and then ask a follow-up question “How about near Texas?” without mentioning earthquakes for a second time.

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