AI isn’t our buzzword, it’s our DNA

Signal AI’s unique approach to artificial intelligence turns the world’s content into knowledge that shapes business decisions.
AI isn't our buzzword, it's our DNA
Augmented – not just artificial

Meet AIQ – the brain behind Signal AI

In an endless sea of data, discerning what’s important is the name of the game. Every day, our proprietary AIQ engine analyzes over 5 million news and regulatory documents to create real-time insights relevant to your specific business. This gives you an unparalleled and comprehensive view of both your business and the environment in which it operates. These insights are further refined through a human-AI feedback loop, augmenting their relevance at each step of the way.

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Discriminative AI

Discriminative AI

The rise of generative AI has been meteoric, but another branch of machine learning has remained largely under wraps – thus far. Discriminative AI was specifically designed to evaluate content and categorize new information. If generative AI creates something new, discriminative AI determines if something is correct. At Signal AI, we combine the power of both these forms of machine learning to create a toolkit which enhances and accelerates data-driven decision-making.

AI Powered Search

AI Powered Search

Signal AI’s Knowledge Extraction engine turns an overwhelming amount of unstructured information from over 5M documents a day into structured data. Our AI models are able to distinguish between topics, businesses, and individuals, based on their meaning, not just the words.

Advanced Analyses

Advanced Analyses

Getting a comprehensive view of your business vitals in a competitive space. Signal AI enables users to easily discover and understand the nuanced connections between topics and their businesses—and even with competitors and individuals, helping shape narratives from the ground up, laying the groundwork for thought leadership and increasing share of voice.

Entity-based Sentiment Analysis

Entity-based Sentiment Analysis

Human language is full of nuance and negative words don’t always have negative meanings. Signal AI’s sentiment analysis engine breaks down a text to look for patterns and nuances to discern the true sentiment of the author, allowing companies to make data-driven decisions.

Case studies

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How Messaging is Shaping the UK Election: Insights from Signal AI’s Election Index

The United Kingdom is set for its first election in five years. The Conservative Party, which has ruled since 2010, faces a formidable challenge in retaining power. Running behind in the polls, years of problems and controversies have made the Conservatives a prime target for critics. In this article, we used the live U.K. Elections […]

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Real Estate at Risk: The Adding Costs of Climate Change

From tornadoes to wildfires, rising sea levels to droughts – severe weather events are increasingly becoming the norm wherever one calls home. Multiple interconnected enterprise risk factors threaten the real estate sector in the wake of natural disasters. Higher insurance premiums coupled with limited coverage in high-risk areas could destabilize the real estate market and […]

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Comms’ Secret Weapon: External Intelligence for Enterprise Risk

Today, data-driven leaders on Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) teams face more responsibilities than ever. Yet, they feel less prepared for what lies ahead. Risk leaders’ outlook is notably negative – according to the World Economic Forum Global Risks Perception Survey, 63% expect a stormy or turbulent environment over the next decade. Traditional methods for monitoring […]

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How Messaging is Shaping the UK Election: Insights from Signal AI’s Election Index

The United Kingdom is set for its first election in five years. The Conservative Party, which has ruled since 2010, faces a formidable challenge in retaining power. Running behind in the polls, years of problems and controversies have made the Conservatives a prime target for critics. In this article, we used the live U.K. Elections […]

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Article

Real Estate at Risk: The Adding Costs of Climate Change

From tornadoes to wildfires, rising sea levels to droughts – severe weather events are increasingly becoming the norm wherever one calls home. Multiple interconnected enterprise risk factors threaten the real estate sector in the wake of natural disasters. Higher insurance premiums coupled with limited coverage in high-risk areas could destabilize the real estate market and […]

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Article

Comms’ Secret Weapon: External Intelligence for Enterprise Risk

Today, data-driven leaders on Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) teams face more responsibilities than ever. Yet, they feel less prepared for what lies ahead. Risk leaders’ outlook is notably negative – according to the World Economic Forum Global Risks Perception Survey, 63% expect a stormy or turbulent environment over the next decade. Traditional methods for monitoring […]

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