Let’s talk with each other
Which topic are you most interested in?
Businesses across nearly every industry are increasingly reliant on well-functioning data and knowledge management to not only keep their operations running smoothly, but to stand out from the crowd. We know that maintaining and efficiently organising data and content is challenging because much of the information organisations deal with is unstructured – in other words, easy for a human to understand but difficult for a machine to read. PoolParty Semantic Suite provides the necessary tools and algorithms to transform your existing data and content into powerful knowledge systems by combining artificial and human intelligence.
Search and Recommender Engines
Arrive at enriched and in-depth search results that provide relevant facts and contextualized answers to your specific questions, rather than a broad search result with many (ir)relevant documents and messages – but no valuable input. Find out how knowledge graphs can be used to implement semantic search and recommendations that are relevant to your users.
Taxonomies, Ontologies and Knowledge Graphs
Many organizations are already using knowledge graph technology to help themselves stay ahead of the game. And knowledge graphs and graph databases have been in use for all types of industries, ranging from banking, the auto industry, oil and gas to pharmaceutical and health, retail, publishing, the media and more. Although these companies use Knowledge Graphs for different use cases, the end game is the same: adding value to data so it can be used (and ultimately re-used) in a meaningful and more intelligent way.
Text mining and Tagging
Manually tagging an entire database, file by file, is very time-consuming and involves a lot of people. But worse than that, one of the results of manual tagging are inconsistent search results. Graph-based text mining can improve this process making it not only faster, but more consistent and precise. This is achieved by automatically assigning metadata to documents based on controlled vocabularies.