What is a pre-built machine learning (ML) model? 

2 mins read - Updated on Jul 12, 2022

Pre-built machine learning models are the ready-to-use models to help our users to classify their data easily without creating a custom machine learning model, prepared by the Kimola team. There are various pre-built models that are created with different labels for different business needs, where users can classify their unstructured text data that is collected from various sources such as e-mails, chats, call centers or social media. From Mobile App Review Classifier to SaaS Custom Feedback Classifier, Hate Speech Classifier, Sentiment Models and more; you can find all pre-built machine learning models at Kimola Cognitive Gallery.

Every Pre-Built Model on Kimola Cognitive Gallery has its own page that explains the model itself.

On the pre-built model page, you can find the model's name, function, and the date it was last updated. 

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If you scroll down a bit, you'll see a detailed information about the model, including a description of the machine learning model, the purpose for which it was created, and brief descriptions for each label of the ML model. In addition, the languages supported by the pre-built ML model can also be found on the bottom of the page.

Here is our Team Lead of Insights, scrolling down on a pre-built model page with joy:

📄 Also read: Using Kimola Cognitive Gallery and Pre-built ML Models

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