For Docxonomy, an intelligent search is the ability to understand meaning within a file. It’s all about using a computer to gather knowledge and understanding by reading and interpreting like a human being. Docxonomy has a compelling way that leverages very modern capabilities regarding artificial intelligence and machine learning that allows us to extract the meaning for all of these files automatically.
Docxonomy doesn’t care if the file is an email, a document, a video or any other type of data. It analyzes all file types and breaks them down. When a file contains text, our system interprets it to draw context and meaning. An easy example of this, is searching for the word “people” and our system knows that files referencing the word “persons” are also relevant. In the today’s world of Internet search, something like that is taken for granted. But in systems designed to search your own files (as opposed to the public Internet), the same power doesn’t exist.
If there are images in your files, we analyze what’s pictured in them. We make predictions based on what we can interpret is displayed in the image. If there are videos, we transcribe them – extracting and examining what’s being said and we draw meaning from the speech, just like we do with text. We also investigate each frame in a video, and we break it all down into searchable terms.
We do all of this without you having to enter anything other than putting the files into our system or linking them through a connector.
October 23, 2015
Artificial Intelligence, Audio, Connectors, File Classifications, File Sharing, Image Analysis, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Predictions, Scalability, Speech Analysis, Text Analysis, Video