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Cogniflow

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Build no-code AI models to boost productivity on any budget

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Cogniflow

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Build no-code AI models to boost productivity on any budget

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  • License Tier 1

    One-time purchase of

    $79 $810
    • All features above included
    • 15,000 predictions per month
    • 50 training hours per month
    • 5 users
    • Unlimited trainings per month
  • License Tier 2

    One-time purchase of

    $159 $1,215
    • All features above included
    • 30,000 predictions per month
    • 75 training hours per month
    • 15 users
    • Unlimited trainings per month
  • License Tier 3

    One-time purchase of

    $239 $2,250
    • All features above included
    • 75,000 predictions per month
    • 100 training hours per month
    • Unlimited users
    • Unlimited trainings per month
    • Active learning

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Marcelo_Cogniflow

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Hello from Cogniflow!

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Hi, I’d like to know what you mean by ‘predictions per month.’ Does that mean that after we’ve created our model and load it to our app, we are limited to only say like in tier 1, 15,000 predictions? Meaning our users will only have that much to work with in total, or is that just the number of predictions while we try to build our models?

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Hi jamoooret,

Yes, in your example, it will be 15,000 maximum predictions per month, and at the beginning of each month, it will be reset. If you need more, we offer up to 200,000 per month on Tier 5. If you need more than that, please reach out to us for a custom quote.

Thanks,

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Hi - as a teacher I have a lot of documents that has students reports, behaviour, interests etc. Is there a way Cogniflow can help me sift through this data and identify or predict anything, either at the individual level or a whole school level?

Thanks!

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Hi

Just thinking of use cases:

Say I have a bunch of hand written doctor notes and medical test reports. I want to convert the same in the form of a proper data and then run ML models to find high risk patients. Will I be able to do that with this?

Also, does it include the complete data lifecycle in terms of all the processes from data cleaning to feature engineering and final model selection and deployment.

And is deployment of models in built in this or do I have to deploy the model seperately? Whats the process for the same?

How much amount of data can it handle on a higher side?

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Hi!

Hand written doctor notes could be difficult to read with great precision because typically the quality of doctor's written text is pretty bad, but you can try some of them with our OCR model and see if it can get something readable. If you want to use that to later train a model using the extracted text from the OCR model, then it does not need to be perfect and typos could be accepted by the language model and live with that.

For text data Cogniflow does some preprocessing and cleaning that you can customize (expanding the advanced option area) at the final step when creating an experiment.

Model selection and deployment are addressed by Cogniflow and you do not have to worry about that. The platform trains different candidate models and hyper-parameters and it will recommend the one that gets the best optimization metric (typically F1 but you can change if you want). You always have the possibility to inspect all the candidate model and use any of them if you do not want to use the recommended one (maybe because you want to use a faster model at inference time no matter it was not the best at the accuracy level).

Automatic deployment of all candidate models is executed after training so you can use them immediately, any of the trained models through our rest API.

The amount of data depends of the experiment type, typically for text experiment you can train tens or hundreds thousands training examples, for images/audio web based solution will allow to train up to 10k - 15k images. If you require more resource you can reach us and let us know, we'll be happy to help you.

Hope this can be helpful.

Happy training!

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how reliable is your platform? Is it at par with other No code platforms like Akkio, Data Robot and other popular ones.

Also, what makes cogniflow better then them?

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Hi ramavtar!

As we already explained Cogniflow does not cover predictive modeling based on tabular data right now (we plan to add support in the future), so if you have some kind of requirement related to structured info these options you mention are a better option right now.

If you need a tool that allows you to work with unstructured data no matter the type (text, image or audio) in an unified way, then Cogniflow is probably the best option.

I encourage you to get the deal and try it by yourself! And if it does not fill your expectations you can refund at any moment. Because at the end of the day you are the only one who knows better what are your needs and that's the most important thing when deciding about which product or technology is better to use.

That said, you can do the comparison by yourself and you can reach us in any moment through our support channel to help you with Cogniflow and how to use it to solve your problems.

Happy training!

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Looks cool! I'm very interested as this is a unique offering compared to most of what you see on here these days. A few of questions:

1. I see you have speech to text use cases. Does Cogniflow have any use case in a text to speech application? If not is there anything planned for this?

2. Can I use Cogniflow to classify search intent for a list of keywords? Eg. Commercial, Informational, Transactional, Navigational.

2A. Can I use Cogniflow to categorize a list of keywords into more broad keyword buckets? Eg. Keywords such as "new car loan" or "used car loan" categorized into a "car loans" bucket. In contrast, keywords such as "new car prices" and "used car prices" categorized into a "car prices" bucket.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi!

1. Text to speech is not officially planned in our current roadmap but it's something probable to be included later.

2. Yes you can do it with Cogniflow!

3. Yes you can do it with Cogniflow!

Please contact us if you require some support to help you with guidance on how to build models for 2 and 3.

Hope this can be helpful.

Happy training!

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Thanks for responding so quickly! I just purchased based on your response here. I would also like to request text to speech be added officially to the roadmap. Where might I do that?

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Hi again!

We do not have a public page for feature requests yet.

But we are taking notes of all the comments that have been posted here in this deal page.

You can also contact us at support@cogniflow.ai or info@cogniflow.ai and tell us about your challenges in details and suggestion to improve our product.

Depending on the problem, we are open to help with custom development if needed.

Thanks for your interest in Cogniflow!

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