When I enter a bookshop and ask for something light, I normally assume that I will get a book and it will be some light reading, not something in bright colors or below 500-gram weight. What’s more, there is no elevated risk that I will be misunderstood. I go out of the shop with the book I wanted, and the whole experience leaves me satisfied. That’s what happens in the physical reality. Are the expectations so different when it comes to our pursuits in the virtual reality? If they are, why? And now: what all this has to do with semantic search? Let’s analyze this simple bookshop example and ask what were the keys to this success.
Last week we talked about how much time and effort is saved by sentiment analysis tools, which greatly reduce the amount of time and effort required to prepare your datasets for analysis and gain insight into what customers are telling you.
The well-known technology analyst Stephen Arnold has published an exclusive interview with Bitext Founder and CEO Antonio Valderrábanos: "Moving Forward with Enterprise Semantics" in his Information Technology Search Wizards Speak series.