ThoughtSpot has just announced the release of enhanced AI-powered analytics with GPT3. ThoughtSpot have integrated GPT3 across a number of areas, but my favourite is the addition of natural language search to the already impressive search capabilities of ThoughtSpot.
This new GPT3 powered natural language search will revolutionise the way business users can analyse data, making it easier and more efficient than ever before.
Natural language search capabilities allow users to interact with data using simple and intuitive language, rather than having to learn complex query languages or formulas. This means that anyone in an organisation can quickly and easily access the data they need, without requiring specialised technical skills or knowledge.
One of the key benefits of natural language search capabilities is that it eliminates the need for complex reports or dashboards. Instead, users can simply ask questions in plain language and get immediate, actionable insights. For example, a user could ask "What were our sales last quarter?" and instantly receive a detailed visualisation with all the relevant data. This allows for more creative and flexible analysis, as users can explore data in new and unexpected ways.
ThoughtSpot's natural language search capabilities are powered by GPT, an advanced AI technology that allows for more accurate and natural language processing. This means that users can ask questions in a more conversational tone and receive accurate results. GPT is also able to understand context, which means that it can interpret queries in a more nuanced way. For example, if a user asks "Most popular pets in West Coast", GPT can understand that the user is asking for pet sales data specifically from the West Coast region.
One major differentiator between ThoughtSpot and other platforms like Power BI and Tableau is the complexity of the data models that can be supported by ThoughtSpot. ThoughtSpot can search across star schemas, snowflake schemas and handle chasm traps with ease, while many other platforms are limited to search on just a single flat table. Combining the model complexity with the simplicity of natural language is absolutely huge.
ThoughtSpot was already bringing impressive search capabilities to empower business users to ask and answer their own questions of data. With the addition of pure natural language search powered by GPT3, the game has officially changed.
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