The mission of Sease is to make research in Information Retrieval more accessible to an industry audience, transforming the best research principles, ideas and implementations from academia into real world products.
Researching to improve how people interact with search technologies is a key value in Sease.
More than 80% of all potentially usable business information may originate in unstructured form.
Meaningfully structuring content is critical for any domain, Natural Language Processing and Semantic Enrichment is becoming increasingly important to improve the quality of tasks related to information retrieval.With the Semantic Web moving towards full realisation thanks to the Linked Data initiative and with the interest of major search engines in structured data, the search world is finding it more attractive to make its information machine readable and exploit that information to improve search over its content.
Read more on the Sease blog.