- An all-in-one, easy-to-use personal knowledge management platform, Pluaris assists users with automated reading and analysis of textual data.
The sheer volume of information available in the digital realm is unfathomable. Despite these astronomical numbers, many people want to — or are expected to — be on top of the latest and greatest information.
A recent “Seed Scientific” report included words such as zettabytes, exabytes and petabytes when talking about data on the internet (https://ibn.fm/ecmNR). While these words may sound almost made up, they are real measurements in today’s data-driven world, measurements that Nowigence is keenly aware of.
“How much data is created every day?” the “Seed Scientific” article asks. “Frankly, there is no definitive answer to this basic question. The Googles, Amazons and Facebooks of the world could not keep count even if they wanted to.”
That said, the article provides a glance at some possible numbers:
- The amount of data in the world was estimated at 44 zettabytes in 2020.
- By 2025, the amount of data generated each day is expected to reach 463 exabytes globally.
- Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Amazon store at least 1,200 petabytes of information.
Here’s another one of those words — quintillion — and another fact: Nowigence notes that 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created every day (https://ibn.fm/bXJFy).
Nowigence has introduced an all-in-one, easy-to-use personal knowledge management platform designed to assist users with automated reading and analysis of textual data. Called Pluaris, the system reads and analyzes articles, documents and other textual data, enabling readers to learn more in less time, uncover hidden insights and stay on top of the information they need to know. Pluaris helps individuals, teams and entire enterprises make sense of massive amounts of textual data, converting them into bite-size nuggets of intelligence in a short span of time.
Once Pluaris has done its job, users simply scan their customized newsfeeds to see summaries and extracted intelligence for each item uploaded. They can also view the graphical analysis of the annotations and analyzed content for unbiased importance ranking. In addition, Pluaris assists in drilling down to any level of granularity using filters. Thanks to Pluaris, users discover new connections, topics and insights.
Nowigence is committed to helping individuals, teams and enterprises quickly distill knowledge from massive amounts of textual data, both public and private. By integrating state-of-the-art data processing techniques in an intuitive interface at an affordable subscription price, Pluaris puts the power of data science into the hands of consumers.
For more information about the company, visit www.Nowigence.com.
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