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As a company gets bigger and bigger there is a proportionate need to create larger teams to support various services across different departments.
This is because, ultimately, your goal to make your customers happy with quality service, real-time support, and easy-to-use productivity tools for your agents; a system that provides an opportunity to grow your business and take on new challenges.
But, perhaps your current ticket management system can no longer stand up to the number of tickets your agents receive on a daily basis.
That is an old news! What if you can harness the power of machine learning in order to create really advanced intelligent APIs?
Because right now we already have the power to implement better email triaging system using machine learning, augmenting agent's capabilities in triaging help tickets!
What it does
Email ticket classifier
This is an email classification experiment to assign an email to one or more class(es) of predefined set of classes or work queues.
How I built it
The project was built using the following technologies.
- Visual Studio with .NET Framework 4.6.1
- Azure Machine Learning Studio - Multi-class neural Network
Challenges I ran into
The experiment requires lots of training iterations to finally optimize the weights of the parameters in each hidden layer and find the most optimal value learning rate. Selecting the right features to for the training is proved to be one of the most critical decisions as well.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
Creating MORE AND MORE VALUE out of products that’s already providing the best value! I'm really proud to have developed another channel for this wonderful solution/API to be utilized. One in which the automation community can get the hands of and build really intelligent automation workflows that can accelerate businesses' journey to digital transformation.
What I learned
I learned a lot about how and when each types of ML algorithms can be used for different machine learning problems be it predictive (regression), classification, clustering, anomaly detection, etc.
What's next for Intelligent Activities - Document and Text Translation
Ability to do asynchronous retraining on the model with an updated dataset. More intelligent activities to come!