Text Classification

Posts and articles tagged with the Text Classification tags.

July 29, 2019
Twinword's inference models on AWS Marketplace.

How To Subscribe To And Run Twinword NLP Inference Models

Have trouble subscribing to our inference models on AWS Sagemaker? Not sure how to run a batch transform job? No worries, this post explains how to do both, and gives you input and output sample data as well. Click the links below to skip ahead: How to subscribe to Twinword’s inference models […]
May 14, 2019
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SEO Best Practice: Tags VS. Hashtags

Tags VS. Hashtags: We know it sounds confusing. What is the difference between tags, hashtags and categories? As if that wasn’t confusing enough, there has to be different social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, Instagram and so on, to add on to the complication. Can my Twitter hashtag be found by […]
September 20, 2017
Text Similarity API Demo Screenshot

Document Similarity Checker API – Compare Between Two Documents

Compare between two documents, articles, paragraphs, sentences and see a score of how closely they are related semantically with Text Similarity API.
January 9, 2016
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Normalize API Values

On January 11, 2016 PDT, we will release updates to two of our APIs, Topic Tagging and Text Classification. Topic Tagging helps developers by automatically detecting the topics for any given text or string. Text Classification can help sort a collection of unstructured data into predefined categories.   What We Did Prior […]
January 8, 2016
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How To Categorize User Comments?

To stay ahead of competition in the fast-paced society of today, it is essential for businesses to deploy and start reaping benefits from Text Analytics. In this post, we take a look at how to make use of Natural Language Processing (NLP) Technology to categorize user comments.   80% of an organization’s data is […]
November 24, 2015
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How To Automatically Categorize Emails?

“You’ve got too much emails” Ever found yourself in the situation of a flooded inbox full of emails? You immersed yourself in this “First Task of The Day”, spent the whole morning replying and addressing each and every email, and before you know it, you had already downed 2 cups of coffee […]