The European green taxonomies Taxonomy is a word that suddenly appeared with financial investors and the public at large when the European Commission published its own taxonomy on sustainable activities. Let's quickly recall that a taxonomy is a term which originates from biology and that designates the naming in an ordered system that is intended … Continue reading Taxonomy and NLP
Introduction Structured vocabularies (thesauri, taxonomies...) play an important role in many applications where complex, large and volatile information needs to be organized and made accessible. A fine example is the famous MeSH thesaurus that facilitates search and access on Medical topics. Enriching scientific content with MeSH terms allows to guarantee that content on a specific … Continue reading Finding new needles in content haystacks: Vocabulary maintenance with AI!
AI no-code NLP platforms change the paradigm In many professions controls are carried out on a random basis. It is a generally accepted practice that an auditor reviewing agreements or an analyst screening litterature proceeds with random checks simply because it is humanly impossible and much too costly to process each individual document. At the … Continue reading Random checks are dead, long live exhaustivity
Introduction Information extraction tends to target two situations: Extract entities from an existing vocabulary, or Create an extraction model from scratch when there is no existing vocabulary. However, sometimes the situation is a mixture of the two extremes: an incomplete business vocabulary exists but needs to be completed with relevant additional entities of the same type. … Continue reading Bootstrap World Knowledge to extend Business Vocabulary and enhance Knowledge Graphs