It’s true – a picture really is worth a thousand words. Our human brains naturally process images and quickly identify what’s in them. But those words, identifying the imagery, are often not stored with the image. This makes them very difficult to find later.
So picture this (pun intended) – your company makes auto glass. You may know that there are a few presentations containing pictures of your glass installed on trucks, but how can you find them without combing through a ton of other presentations that only have pictures of cars. Frustrating isn’t it? Especially when you can “google” just about anything like that, except your own files!
Docxonomy solves this problem. When we index your files we analyze every image embedded in them, adding those words to the search index that your human brain would have identified easily. Just search for “truck” and you’re done.
Now you’ve got the power you’re used to in everyday search, exclusively for your own data. Try it out for yourself by signing up for a free account
July 22, 2018
Artificial Intelligence, Image Analysis, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Text Analysis