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Sinequa Integrates Cloud AI Services to its Cognitive Search & Analytics Platform

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release states, “Sinequa, a leader in cognitive search and analytics, today announced the addition of advanced artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to its platform. These capabilities leverage Google Vision and Translate as well as IBM Watson Alchemy for Image Recognition and Speech-to-text. These additions bolster related capabilities already in place with the existing integrations for Microsoft Azure Media Services for image and video treatment. The new AI capabilities benefit from the enormous amount of text and images available on the Web, far beyond anything a single enterprise could have available internally. Sinequa customers can now easily translate text in a large number of languages, analyze and tag images and transcribe video conversations, enriching the Sinequa Logical Data Warehouse (LDW) with the results.”

Laurent Fanichet, vice president of marketing at Sinequa, commented, “The openness of our platform allows us to quickly and easily integrate best-in-class third party technologies like speech-to-text, image recognition or video treatment to offer a comprehensive end-to-end solution to our customers. Dealing with additional rich-media content enhances the knowledge accumulated within our platform, recognizing topics and concepts in text and images while establishing relationships between them… More importantly, we leave the choice to the customers to decide whether they want/need to extract value from large volumes of structured and unstructured data on-premise, or in the Cloud or both, which is quite unique.”

Read more at Marketwired.

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