When choosing the best name screening technology for your business needs, accuracy is #1, but there are six other factors to consider.
Computational tools that process human language can detect the disordered speech patterns associated with mental illness, aiding clinicians in their diagnoses and treatment plans.
Companies across the world are constantly monitoring their watchlists — but working with a list of people you already know are “bad actors” is just one part of the process. How can organizations get ahead of the game and effectively identify who should be added to their “naughty lists” with confidence before they create chaos? […]
Solid annotation guidelines are an essential requirement for producing good training data. These guidelines distinguish correct from incorrect results, define the task and ensure that the annotation process is reliable and repeatable for independent human annotators.
Recent Rosette® Cloud and Enterprise releases (1.17.0, 1.16.1) bring expanded language coverage to name translation and semantic similarity, and ease of use to the address matching capability within Rosette Name Indexer. We have also made improvements to Arabic-Arabic and Arabic-English name matching, as well as better morphological analysis in various languages. Hebrew name translation Name […]
What are the top three barriers to better machine learning models? Annotating data, annotating data, and annotating data. Okay, so it’s not that simple, but producing quality training data to produce accurate models takes up the lion’s share of human labor and time in the entire process. This includes collecting and cleaning data, making sure […]
We’re thrilled to announce the latest version of Rosette (1.11). It’s a big one — lots of exciting new features, enhancements, and improvements. We hope you’ll check it out! TL; DR check the release notes. Entities: Enhanced Extraction and Linking with New Types Rosette Entity Extraction & Linking now recognizes 700 new classes of entities […]
Discover our most popular plugins for data analytics and search The world of text analytics and search improvement is vast, and we know you have many choices when it comes to picking out tools. Everyone has their own history and preferences, and many companies have legacy tools they can’t just throw away. Learning to play […]
One of the most satisfying parts of working on the Rosette API is seeing the cool projects our users come up with. Today we’re happy to showcase the work of Leo Simmons, a recent graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. As a portfolio development project, Leo created NLP ME, a chatbot style tool you […]
But wait, what is NLP again? Explaining NLP (natural language processing), text mining, data extraction and text analysis to people outside the industry can be a challenge. While everyone expects fast, accurate and reliable search results, few understand the work and the tools behind them. NLP is to search what an engine is to a […]
Text Embeddings Now Available in the Rosette API The Rosette API team is excited to announce the addition of a new function to Rosette’s suite of capabilities: text embedding. This endpoint returns a single vector of floating point numbers for your input, a.k.a. an embedding of your text in a semantic vector space. Text embeddings […]
When the United States wants to prohibit its citizens and corporations from doing business with a foreign national, that individual is added to the Specially Designated Nationals list maintained by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the US Department of the Treasury. One person on that list is Chabaane Ben Mohamed al-Trabelsi*, a Tunisian […]
Pope Francis has grabbed many headlines by discussing what appear to be bold changes to Catholic doctrine. However, one recent headline would make it sound like he wants to rethink the concept of religion and God entirely. The alleged quote goes something like “God is not a divine being or a magician” (this phrasing is […]
Regular expressions are ubiquitous in NLP, not to mention many miscellaneous text-processing tasks. People use regular expressions as a quick solution to matching and parsing. People build entire complex extraction systems with regular expressions. Some people get themselves into serious trouble by trying to apply them beyond their natural limits. Once upon a time, regular […]