Language technologies are a set of computer-based tools and techniques that are used to process, understand, and generate human language. Some examples of language technologies include: 1. Natural Language Processing (NLP) This is a subfield of artificial intelligence that deals with the interaction between computers and human languages. NLP techniques are used to analyze and… Continue reading Back to basics – What are language technologies?
A working group of the XBRL-Europe Association developed a taxonomy system which connects different concepts coming from different national legislations to each other. The system elaborated by a working group of the Monnet European research project extracts all labels associated with a particular expression automatically. Now they are focusing on the Belgian and Spanish taxonomies.… Continue reading Maximizing Multilingual Insights: Extraction Strategies for the Business Domain