Turn words into wisdom
Discover business-building insights and take action
on text data in any language
Automatically extract meaning from text so you can manage and take action on it. Idibon delivers industry-leading accuracy in sentiment analysis, content categorization, predictive analytics, automatic theme detection, and text extraction (NER).
Identify critical events and communications in traditional media, social media, and internal communications.
Extract structured insights from unstructured data by categorizing and filtering data to your specific business needs.
Understand how markets will change tomorrow so that you can make better decisions today-- about investment, logistics, and products.
Text analytics can unlock new insights and functionality
“We are excited to work with Idibon to explore new ways of engaging with the young people that we serve — in their own local languages and dialects. Thanks to Idibon’s unique natural language processing technology, we’ll be able to better understand and empower marginalized communities that are often excluded due to language barriers.”
Evan Wheeler, CTO of UNICEF’s Global Innovation Centre
Analyst efficiency offers a huge return-on-investment
“Idibon provides a well-designed and uniquely delivered service that can be flexibly integrated into applications. We are impressed by Idibon’s ability to work with very large unstructured documents with esoteric terminology.”
John Akred, CTO of Silicon Valley Data Science re. Edmunds.com
Everything about our system is faster and more accurate than legacy vendors
Existing text analytics tools often require a great deal of time and frustration to upload and categorize documents. Idibon’s system allows massive parallelization. Ask us about how you can get unprecedented levels of accuracy.
Michelle Casbon, Idibon Senior Data Science Engineer, will be speaking at Data By the Bay on May 17, 2016. Get your tickets now to learn about getting Spark MLib to go very very fast.
Robert Munro, Idibon CEO, will be leading a panel discussion on Understanding Speakers of 7,000 Languages at the AAAS 2016 Global Science Engagement Summit in Washington DC on Sunday, February 14th. Come learn from a panel of experts about how we can use technology to support under-resourced languages!
Michelle Casbon, Idibon Senior Data Engineer, will be speaking at the Advanced Apache Spark Meetup on Training & Serving NLP/Spark ML Models in a Distributed Cloud-based Infrastructure on January 12th, 2016. Come learn more about how your team can utilize Spark for NLP!
Robert Munro, Idibon CEO, Michelle Casbon, Idibon Senior Data Science Engineer, and Nick Gaylord, Idibon Data Scientist, will be speaking at Data Day Texas on January 16th, 2016. Join us to learn what is under the hood of Idibon’s scalable NLP services!
Jessica Long, Idibon Senior Computational Linguistics Engineer, will be attending ACM DEV 2015 in London from November 30th-December 2nd and giving a presentation on “Classification models for new language communities: building domain-specific message categorization.” Blog post coming soon!
Jessica Long, Idibon Senior Computational Linguistics Engineer, will be giving a talk on “Understanding community needs: Scalable SMS text processing for UNICEF” at the 11th annual Language and Development conference, “Multilingualism and Development”, in New Delhi, India from November 18-20th. Stay tuned for a blog post!
Jason Brenier, Idibon CTO, will be speaking at the Georgian Partners 2015 conference in Toronto on Tuesday, November 10th about active, human-assisted machine intelligence.
Robert Munro, Idibon CEO, will be speaking at the Rich Data Summit in San Francisco on October 14th about Adaptive Learning: The Fourth Generation of Machine Intelligence. Come meet Rob and read our blog post for more info.
Tyler Schnoebelen, Idibon Chief Analyst, will be speaking at the UC Merced CogSci Colloquium, as part of a series of speakers on “Variation at Language Interfaces” on October 12th. Stay tuned for a blog post and video recording of the talk!
Robert Munro, Idibon CEO, will be speaking at the Oxford Global Languages Symposium on September 24th. Rob’s talk will focus on the question, “How do we ensure that technology is accessible for every language?” Look for a blog post on the discussion.
Jason Brenier, Idibon CTO, Tyler Schnoebelen, Idibon Chief Analyst, and representatives from Ernst & Young will be speaking at the ACFE “Psychology of Fraud” conference in San Francisco on 9/11. Learn about how text analytics can help detect corporate fraud.
Come meet Idibon at the Incite Text Analytics West conference November 5-6 at Hotel Nikko in San Francisco. Visit our booth and hear Idibon CEO Robert Munro speak to learn more about how text analytics can help make sense of unstructured data quickly and efficiently.
Come hear Rob talk about combining human and machine intelligence for NLP on Thursday, July 23rd. Learn about the benefits of adding a human to the loop at this informal meet-up! http://bit.ly/1JAmfph
The United Nations OCHA Business Consultation on Innovation summit will take place in San Francisco tomorrow. The summit’s mission is to discuss how to leverage technology to address global emergencies in collaboration with top Silicon Valley business representatives. We are grateful for our collaboration with UNICEFinnovate on its U-report project and are very excited to be attending!
Rob will be the guest of honor at the Seattle Text inaugural meet-up on June 25th. Come get a drink and hear about what’s new with us!
Using Idibon, Edmunds.com has reduced the time it takes to add a new model to their website from two weeks to 1-2 days. At the Strata New York 2014 conference, Edmunds.com discussed how it has benefited from more accurate and scalable classification of unstructured data. Click here to view the slides.