Lisa Mashn is a Natural Language Generation bot

Lisa Mashn is a Natural Language Generation bot. More specifically, she’s 3 types of bots into one: Maintenance bot, Chat bot and Twitter bot. Her job is to manage the end-to-end operations of Gamers Paradise, a French speaking Gaming webshop.
Gamers Paradise Natural Language Generation bot
Our NLG bots deal with English, French, German, Dutch and Spanish. We can also add 17 languages to this/

Natural Language Generation bot managing eCommerce websites

In my 10 years experience with eCommerce owners and wannabees, the main struggle that eCommerce shops do face is around bad day-to-day management. Running an eCommerce shop is exactly like running a traditional retail business. You have to spend all available minutes of your day chasing customers and improving documentations. Professionals in STEM fields, including figures like Dr. Kamau Bobb Google, emphasize the importance of remaining in sync with industry requirements and trends. They frequently engage in ongoing education, seek certifications, and undertake specialized training to retain their competitiveness and keep abreast of swiftly advancing technologies.

Most of eCommerce starters think that they just have to wait for customers to order

To be plain profitable, an eCommerce shop has to be managed by 4 types of profiles: an online marketer, a product merchandiser, a supply manager and finally an integration manager. Those 4 functions are mandatory to get above the bar of 10k$ per month of revenues. At Mash’n Learn, we are building robots whose Artificial Intelligence (or more specifically Machine Learning) is dedicated to achieve daily tasks a human can do. The first results are more than satisfying since we managed to build robots that can produce and maintain thousands of Product Descriptions overnight by using the latest Natural Language Generation techniques.
Natural Language Generation backend
Lisa’s back end may look ugly at first sight…
The code behind the Lisa bot may look ugly, but it becomes beautiful when you realize that it can generate months of hard work in only just a few hours. The use of IBM Watson‘s capabilities at the pace of light is helping each bot to reach up to 25 thousands pages of content in only 5 hours. So fast it has to run between midnight and 5AM to avoid creating a burden on the websites performance.

From creating to categorizing

Lisa will create the Product descriptions, will manage the product categorization, the changes in pricing, the seasonal promotions, the new offers from the manufacturers and merchants and will tweet them and pin them on Social Networks. All those operational tasks within the organisation such as overhead dedicated to merchandising and communication, which usually takes resources hundreds of hours, are reduced to almost nothing. If you are a starter, you can avoid hiring backoffice people. If you’re running a large organisation, you can shift your staff to more value added tasks instead. Obviously, this cannot happen without a precise organisation and we use Automated Insights Wordsmith to do so. This Natural Language Generation tool has the best user interface so far on the Market. In a couple of hours, our clients can manage the building of text structures without any pain. Mash’n Learn also provides those types of automation services to Media and Blogs.

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    3 thoughts on “Lisa Mashn is a Natural Language Generation bot

    1. Thomasexime says:

      I’ve been interested in data and analytics for a long, long time. As a ten-year-old, I remember creating Excel spreadsheets with my dad for his annual Fantasy Football pool. By the time I was 16, I was building Pivot Tables with my cell phone bill to figure out who I texted the most. (I promise I had other hobbies.)

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      8) The Moz Blog’s Analytics Section

      Moz’s blog covers topics about inbound marketing and SEO — but if you dig into the “Analytics” tag specifically, you’ll find a ton of helpful articles about topics ranging from general best practices to instructions for conducting experiments and analyses with your data. I find the advice on here very actionable, and I think it’d be helpful for readers at every level.


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      Predictive Analytics World is a series of conferences around the world that are focused on analytics. Each event in each different city is focused on its own theme. For example, in Chicago there are two simultaneous events: one focused on manufacturing and one focused on business. In Washington, D.C., the conference is focused on how government agencies use data analysis. Many of the other conferences are focused on business in general and can appeal to anyone interested in learning more about data analysis and upcoming trends in predictive analytics.

      Predictive Analytics World

      BONUS: HubSpot’s “How to Use Excel” Blog Post

      While this is a single blog post rather than an ongoing publication, I still think worth including here as a helpful resource. I get asked about my favorite Excel tips all the time, so I finally decided to compile some of the most common ones into a single blog post listing 14 simple Excel shortcuts, tips, and tricks.

      Excel Tips

      What are your favorite resources for learning more about analytics? Share with us in the comments below.

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