As anyone doing business in Europe probably knows, the European Parliament adopted the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) just over a year ago in the Spring of 2016. The GDPR requires any company doing business in Europe to comply with strict new rules around protecting customer data. This has already introduced cause for concern among corporate security teams, as the GDPR takes a broad view of what constitutes personally identifiable information (PII). Companies will essentially need to provide the same level of protection for things like an individual’s IP address or cookie data as they do for name, address, and Social Security number. (more…)
As the data-driven age gives way to an information-driven economy where context is critical to surfacing useful insights from data, taking in relevance feedback from users, especially expert users, will play a major role in driving the benefits. This article explains the concept of a relevance feedback model and why you should care.
Forrester, one of the leading analyst firms, defines Cognitive Search in a recent report¹ as: The new generation of enterprise search that employs AI technologies such as natural language processing and machine learning to ingest, understand, organize, and query digital content from multiple data sources. Here is a shorter version, easy to memorize: Cognitive Search = Search + NLP + AI/ML
Of course, “search” in this equation is not the old keyword search but high-performance search integrating different kinds of analytics. Natural Language Processing (NLP) is not just statistical treatment of languages but comprises deep linguistic and semantic analysis. And AI is not just “sprinkled” on an old search framework but part of an integrated, scalable, end-to-end architecture.
Sinequa has taken part for the 4th consecutive year in Bio IT World Conference & Expo on May 23-25 in Boston. We’ve been delighted to meet with our Biopharma and Life Science customers and partners at the show and share innovative use cases of our solution for the Pharma industry via live demos.
Forces of global competition, narrow margins, higher product development costs, and tenuous exclusivity holds drive organizations to push innovation, seek cost cutting strategies, and go-to-market as quickly as possible. Demands change frequently while regulatory and compliance standards become even more stringent. Organizations must keep up, and the pressure on research and development (R&D) never stops. R&D is the critical driver within the organization, whether within a large aircraft manufacturer or a leading automobile company looking to develop cutting edge products and services or a pharmaceutical company accelerating time-to-market for new drugs or a CPG company reinventing waning products. R&D thrives on information: customer information, expert information, product information, scientific information, market information, and competitive information.