International Business Machines Corporation (Armonk, NY)
The system was designed to classify and display documents that can be used for annotation by humans. The system will be able to receive a human annotation of the document’s first annotation in a list of documents in a document set. update an annotated entities and the corresponding entities set based on the annotations of the document in the document set; execute auto-mapping of annotations to their corresponding types of entity on a remaining set of documents from the document set, based on the latest annotations and corresponding entity types set. Calculate the score for each document in the remaining documents using the auto-mapping of annotated entities; and change the order for the remainder of the document set being presented for annotation by a human in accordance with the score calculated for each document within the document set. within the document set.
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Natural language processing (NLP) is a subfield in the fields of linguistics, computer science and information engineering that studies the interaction between computers and human languages. NLP lets computers analyze and process large quantities of natural language data.Click here to view the patent on USPTO website.
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