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Product news: New AI groups text by what it means, not words used

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We have launched a new feature on the Wordnerds platform, which allows you to quickly search for anything important to you, without having to guess the words people use. 

Wordnerds is very, very excited about this year, and one of the main reasons for this is our brand new Artificial Intelligence. We think it could change the game.

We have launched a new feature on the Wordnerds platform, which allows you to quickly search for anything important to you, without having to guess the words people use.

 
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This is a new solution to our central problem: people can say the same thing, but express it completely differently.

If you say:

“My trousers are torn”,

and your colleague says:

“I’ve ripped my strides”...

...you're expressing the exact same idea, but the words you use are completely different.

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Wordnerds have found a new way to group text not by the words it uses, but by what it means.

Known around the office as Big Bird, we're extremely excited to introduce this new toy on our platform. Because unlike any other AI out there, Big Bird puts the user in control - enabling them to train the AI.

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This state-of-the-art AI uses Contextual Word Representation to create a map that groups chunks of text by meaning.

Hugh Volpe, Lead Software Engineer, Wordnerds: "Big Bird builds on state-of-the-art research in Machine Learning and NLP to understand the meaning behind the text. It then takes the user through a friendly process to explore the range of meaning that they are interested in and rapidly categorises data into the configured themes."

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And it’s easy. No coding, no algorithms. Just tell the AI what you’re looking for, and it’ll do the rest. It’s also available for no addition to current subscriptions.

Steve Erdal, Director of Linguistics, Wordnerds: "Our goal with Big Bird was to put the power of Machine Learning directly into the hands of our users. You can train an Artificial Intelligence to uncover and group the text information that is valuable to you, with no technical knowledge required. We would like to thank our technical team at Wordnerds, and our academic partners at the University of Durham, for making this totally new kind of AI product a reality."

If you have any questions at all contact us or book a demo. 

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