What is Natural Language Processing (NLP)?
NLP is a component of Artificial Intelligence (AI) which provides the ability of a computer program to understand written text. Current approaches to NLP are based on machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence that examines and uses patterns in data to improve a program's own understanding.
Natural Language Processing (NLP) is used across a wide variety of industries to solve critical knowledge problems, such as providing new insights gained from massive amount of unstructured content (CRM data, social media, news, patent filings, financial disclosures, etc.)
Through advanced algorithms, natural language processing exposes the who, what, when, and where contained within any unstructured content, thereby providing a new level of understanding across all levels of your business.
The Prehendo® solution enables to structure and access to the text documents in an efficient way.
The solution has the following module stack:
- Document categorization
- Semantic annotation
- Automatic text summarization
- Question answering
Our team has innovated the Prehendo® tool which enables to extract knowledge from documents. With this product, it is possible to understand automatically the content of large amount of documents.
Strengthen our clients by providing tools to exploit the knowledge.
Continuous innovation and investment on research.
Application of Artificial Intelligence on Legal Informatics.
Our research team is constantly developing new algorithms to have more accurate results in structuring the information. We are following closely the technological trends in order to stay at the edge of the technology.
Innovation through extracting natural language semantics
NILUS SPRL is situated at the heart of Europe, Brussels. The company has developed innovative products in semantic processing tools which automatically extract knowledge from documents. These tools have been successfully applied in the domain of Legal Informatics.
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