We are happy to announce that ScoopML adds No Code Text analysis into our product soon. In this blog, we will discuss use cases of ScoopML Text analyzer in SMB and Enterprises software companies

What is Text Analysis

Text analysis is the automated process of understanding and sorting unstructured text data with AI-powered machine learning to mine for valuable insights.

ScoopML text analyzer for Enterprise is a powerful SaaS product with dozens of easy-to-use, automated text analysis tools that can help you get the most out of your data. …


We are happy to announce that we have joined the NVIDIA Inception Program as a community member. The Inception program nurtures cutting-edge AI startups who are revolutionizing their industries.

NVIDIA’s Inception program is a virtual accelerator program that helps startups during critical stages of product development, prototyping and deployment. Every Inception member gets a custom set of ongoing benefits, from NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute (DLI) credits, marketing support and hardware technology discounts enabling early-stage startups with fundamental tools to help them grow. As an early stage startup making AI for everyone

Our mission at ScoopML is to bring reality capture closer to everyone, and we believe that this partnership with NVIDIA will help us get closer to achieving this mission.


Your brain in itself is a big data processing machine.

I admit that this analogy is far from being the most glamorous way to imagine the state of one’s brain, but it is one way to think about intelligence.

As human beings, we naturally absorb data. In fact, we have millions of different sensors all over our body, starting from our 5 basic senses.

Your brain synthesizes the data then builds a model of the world around you. It does so on gigabytes of data, in real-time.

Subsequently, based on the data your brain collects- you make decisions.

You decide your next course of action by studying this model of…


No-code platforms are a cost-effective, quick way to bridge the skills gap and empower your workforce to become citizen data scientists.

Until now, the difference between an expert and a citizen has been simple: education and cost.

Could a business with no personnel versed in data science and analytics, nor the budget to obtain the tools needed to make heads and tails of its data, match an enterprise with the correct ingredients stride for stride? Probably not. But that, like everything else, is changing.

The way we communicate has evolved significantly over the last thirty years, and, along with that, our understanding of the world. It has fundamentally changed the way we do business and access knowledge, now that we have…


35% of our users have explored COVID-19 related data. Why? Because they want clarity, and we can give that to them.

When the pace of the coronavirus pandemic began to quicken, we noticed something interesting. ‍

In some ways, it was unsurprising to us because it was integral to our mission, one which is now clearer than ever, made so by the countless users we’ve seen login and become citizen data scientists in minutes.

The number of people using VAYU has grown significantly throughout March, propelled in part by an ever-growing curiosity and a desire to understand. Our users wanted clarity and they got it.

With the growing number of COVID-19 cases, it’s no surprise that people want to get to…


How has COVID-19 impacted the food industry?

Understandably, coronavirus is now the most talked-about subject across the social media landscape. Newsfeeds and timelines are awash with trends like #MondayMotivation and #StayAtHomeSaveLives.

This messaging on social media, at least in the India, reflects people coming to grips with a period of isolation and working from home. We’re each doing our bit by limiting the spread of the virus, trying to take this massive change in our stride, but businesses are suffering as a result.

Food services, like restaurants, pubs, takeaways, and cafes, are among the worst hit.

We visualized several interesting datasets with VAYU. In minutes we were…


The Coronavirus, or COVID-19, has grabbed headlines for the last couple of months. We’ve heard about ghost towns and entire regions in complete lockdown, misleading data coming out of countries and hundreds of cancelled flights across the world.

The web has become, as it always does in times of panic, full of fake news and memes which have now started popping up in our WhatsApp conversations — but what is the data really telling us?

I decided to explore the current situation and future implications using ScoopML AI Assistant and here are some conclusions I found in a 30-minute analysis.

From East to West


The Web is flooded with excellent resources for data science insight, so it can be a bit overwhelming when it comes down to finding the one that resonates with you the most.

To stay informed of emergent tech trends and big data innovations, we’ve compiled a list of our top 5 data science blogs to follow. Whether you’re a newcomer or a dab hand, this roundup will have something for everyone.

1. Data Science Central

Data Science Central is a hub for data science and big data insight, packed full of really useful resources. DSC covers everything from machine learning to analytics and statistics to AI. In addition to their great content, they even run a community forum, a podcast and a jobs board.

Highlight: Can you be a Data Scientist without coding? (Spoiler alert: YES)

2. insideBIGDATA


From social media feeds to product reviews and customer support interactions to blogs, user-generated content is abundant. But how is it being underused?

User-generated content (UGC) is any content, like text, reviews, blog posts, videos, or images, created by people. It’s omnipresent nowadays, given there are more ways than ever before for people to create it themselves.

Normally, businesses might harness UGC to boost engagement on social media, drive traffic to their site or for marketing campaigns. Most companies are only too willing to show off positive UGC, and why wouldn’t they? Consumers place their trust in products validated authentically.

If you’ve shopped online, there’s a good chance you’ve made a decision based on a review — this is one type of user-generated…


Data is everywhere. It’s not surprising, considering the amount generated each and every day.

In 2020, it’s estimated that the digital sphere consists of 44 zettabytes of data, so there’s certainly no shortage of free and interesting data.

There are plenty of repositories curating data sets to suit all your needs, and many of these sites also filter out the not-so-great ones, meaning you don’t have to waste time downloading useless CSV files.

If you want to learn how to analyze data, improve your data literacy skills, or learn how to create data visualizations, readily available data sets are a great palace to start.

In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some…

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