People communicate mostly through natural language—not equations or Excel spreadsheets or structured daily reports. This has historically posed a challenge for marketers because while the words we use are full of consumer insights, they have been generally inscrutable to analytical tools. This is, of course, changing. With natural language processing and machine-learning software, companies can now scrape vast libraries of text to generate insights on almost any subject. It has now become commonplace for companies to analyze, say, customers’ Facebook comments to design more effective digital marketing strategies. But organizations are becoming more creative and ambitious in thinking about how to apply insights from unstructured data, according to Pah.
Read why Adam Pah says that artificial intelligence is improving how companies do business on Kellog Insight Blog.
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