Leveraging Supervised Learning to Convey Customized Email Notifications

Mridul Sharma

K.R.Mangalam World School, Vikas Puri, New Delhi


Vol: 9, Issue: 3, 2019

Receiving Date: 2019-06-15 Acceptance Date:


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Email communication is undoubtedly considered the most prominent and significant part of professional life, and our inbox is regularly immersed with useless messages. Several investigations have shown that interventions because of email utilization disturbed usefulness. Along these lines, there is a solid requirement for a monitoring system that could inform the client when a significant email shows up, so this paper focused on the relevance of AI to respond to a simple query: is an approaching email worthy of the client's time? Multinominal Naive Bayes and Support Vector Machines are the two ML techniques utilized in this query. What's more, this trial expects to use the learned models to fabricate a continuous email notifier programming that will measure whether a received email deserves notifying the client.

Keywords: email; AI; SVM Model


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