An Introduction to Text Classification
Text classification, sometimes called “text categorization” or “text tagging” is the process of organizing text based on a set of categories and pinpointing the keywords.
With the help of Natural Language Processing (NLP), Natural Language Understanding (NLU), and Natural Language Question Answering (NLQA), Mindbreeze InSpire can understand human language and identify the predetermined categories of text. The categories can be defined based on what is essential to the user or the business unit handling the solution.
Using training data sets that learn from past experiences makes text classification fairly simple for an insight engine like Mindbreeze InSpire.
Having a machine annotate a file with metadata and identify the pre-defined types of words a user may be searching for gives customers the ability to see the exact parts of the document they need. For example, in a 50-page document, the user’s interested in locations can see where different places are written. A user interested in dates and years can see every month or year reported in the document – the same applies to people, occupations, companies, and more in multiple languages across the world. Because of deep learning algorithms and linguistic interpretation, determining what content means is made possible.
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Taxonomies, ontologies, and company catalogs can serve as the basis for the training sets and augment the systems knowledge base, identifying and extracting preferred terminology.
Care to learn more? Contact the Mindbreeze Team today or join us for our upcoming webinar, "Hands-on: How to apply Mindbreeze InSpire Text Classification Insight Service - AI at your fingertips."