Data Labeling

Each process can be tailored to meet the precise needs that you, your team, or your company have.
Our expertly crafted processes get results.

Process Description

You've got loads and loads of data. Unfortunately, no one can make any meaning from it. You've thought about AI or machine learning but what you really want is a reliable way to apply labels and tags consistently. Maybe this process knowledge already lives in a map—maybe it is only written up in your head. But either way, you don't need a fancy machine, you just need a concept map and a mind with the time to label loads of data.‍Invisible can help. We'll use tools to organize the inputs, and intelligence to choose labels and tags. We'll dig fearlessly through every column and row of old data sets, new data sets, and the awkward ones in between, keeping your data consistent throughout time and usable every day.

(Hello tiny mobile reader! Scroll right and left to look at the process map.)

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Quality Data

For example
Before:
Too much information, not enough metadata.
After:
The right set of information, intelligently labeled for metadata.

Behind the Scenes

We think processes should be like a movie's credit reels. Here are some of the people and tools who regularly ensure we deliver.

Faizan Anwar

Faizan Anwar is a router, scoper, operator, QA, and project manager for Invisible. Before Invisible, he was an accountant for a Cancer Society! One of his proudest accomplishments was to be the first in his family to own a car, and one of the things personally important to him is praying. Faizan is a family man and a religious person.

Brighton Ooko

Brighton Ooko is responsible for scoping, team management , QAing and ensuring client communication is seamless. Before Invisible, Brighton was a freelance web programmer and search engine optimizer! Aside from his tech prowess, one of his greatest accomplishments in life was being able to build a house from land that he purchased for his family :). As if it wasn’t enough to show how much he cares about his family, he says that he finds family as the most important thing in life. Brighton is in the company because he loves the company ethics and culture in Invisible. He also enjoys freelance work because it allows him to be around his family more and spend more time with them.

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