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Natural Language Generation Goes to Work
Date : January 24, 2017

Natural Language Generation (NLG) is a form of artificial intelligence (AI) which takes an input of data and produces a narrative similar to how a human would interpret the data. NLG technology can be very transformative when used in business situations, especially in industries that are heavily dependent on generating text summaries based on straightforward conclusions drawn from structured data and that lack the capital to support a large workforce.

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The purpose of this article is to provide a brief background on NLG technology, analyze industry scenarios and address the considerations for selecting and implementing NLG applications. We’ll also uncover how organizations in the energy & utilities, life sciences, financial services industries can focus on business intelligence (BI), improve operations—and, more importantly, take the right steps toward improving their management insight.

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