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Will Natural Language Processing Change Search as We Know It?

Will Natural Language Processing Change Search as We Know It?

All around us, Siri, Alexa, Google Home and more are incorporating natural language conversations between humans and artificial intelligence (AI) into our everyday interactions. The same digital revolution is happening in today’s workplace, with Natural Language Processing (NLP) along with semantic search playing a key role in this transformation.

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Workplace Chatbots: Too Little, Too Soon?

Workplace Chatbots: Too Little, Too Soon?

“The reaction to ELIZA showed me the enormously exaggerated attributions an audience is capable of making to a technology it does not understand” — MIT professor emiritus Joseph Weizenbaum on the first chatbot created in 1964 Workplace chatbots promise to lighten employees' repetitive tasks and tackle information overload, as Andrew Pope and

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Workplace Chatbots: Too Little, Too Soon?

Workplace Chatbots: Too Little, Too Soon?

“The reaction to ELIZA showed me the enormously exaggerated attributions an audience is capable of making to a technology it does not understand” — MIT professor emiritus Joseph Weizenbaum on the first chatbot created in 1964 Workplace chatbots promise to lighten employees' repetitive tasks and tackle information overload, as Andrew Pope and

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Managing an Enterprise Search Migration

Managing an Enterprise Search Migration

If your business still using a Google Enterprise Search Appliance (ESA), the clock is ticking on finding a search platform replacement.  Many alternate platforms are of course available, but the challenges of a search migration really begin after you've chosen your new solution.

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The Next Generation of Enterprise Search Is in Sight

The Next Generation of Enterprise Search Is in Sight

Search doesn't change overnight.  The core elements of search technology were developed between 1955 and 1985, but some have only seen the light of day in the last few years. It takes a long time for research to translate to practice.  For example, the BM25 ranking model that built on

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