Semantria launches its unique content classification and categorization functionality in 5 languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and German. Semantria employs the “Concept Matrix”, a revolutionary technology in content categorization that does not require training categorization algorithms. http://www.semantria.com
Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 05, 2012
Semantria LLC, a leading provider of text analytics and sentiment analysis solutions, announces the launch of its new content classification and categorization functionality in 5 languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and German.
Semantria uses a unique technology, the Concept Matrix, originally developed by Semantria partner Lexalytics, to power its advanced categorization functionality. The Concept Matrix is an immense thesaurus created using Wikipedia as a training corpus. Lexalytics Salience 5 engine digested all of the knowledge within Wikipedia, creating lexical connections between every concept therein.
Seth Redmore, VP Product Management and Marketing at Lexalytics, explains “Text categorization requires an understanding of how things are alike. Before the Concept Matrix, you’d have to use a massive amount of training data to "teach" your engine, i.e. ‘documents about food’.” And, he continues, “With the Concept Matrix, the training's already done, and by providing Semantria a few keywords, it drops your content into the correct categories.”
Besides powerful content categorization, Semantria is the only vendor to provide sentiment analysis, entity extraction, and theme extraction in 5 widely used languages.
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Semantria LLC, founded in 2011, is a software-as-a-service and services company with specialization in cloud-based text and sentiment analysis. Semantria is a joint venture, co-founded by the leading text analytics technology provider Lexalytics (Boston, MA), amongst other investors. http://www.semantria.com
Lexalytics, founded in 2003, is a pioneer as it was first to market with a sentiment analysis engine. Its text analytics software, Salience, is engineered for easy integration into third-party applications, and is a critical component in many high-volume content processing services for industries including social media monitoring, survey analysis, reputation management, online media and more. http://www.lexalytics.com
Marketing Director, Semantria
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