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Content by Dia Trambitas

Dia Trambitas is a computer scientist with a rich background in Natural Language Processing. She has a Ph.D. in Semantic Web from the University of Grenoble, France, where she worked on ways of describing spatial and temporal data using OWL ontologies and reasoning based on semantic annotations. She then changed her interest to text processing and data extraction from unstructured documents, a subject she has been working on for the last 10 years. She has a rich experience working with different annotation tools and leading document classification and NER extraction projects in verticals such as Finance, Investment, Banking, and Healthcare.

Confidence score for Predictions, Benchmark Data Available in ModelsHub page and IAA for Visual NER Projects in the Annotation Lab

Annotation Lab v3.3.0 brings a highly requested new feature for displaying the confidence scores for NER preannotations as well as the ability to filter preannotations by confidence. Also, benchmarking data...

Downloading Analytics Data and Dashboards in the Annotation Lab 2.8.0

Since Annotation Lab 2.8.0, the Analytics dashboards page is disabled by default. Users can request an Admin to enable the Analytics page. The request can be seen by the Admin...

Configuring Automated Backups and Model Training Resources in the Annotation Lab

Two new tabs have been added to the Settings page to ease the infrastructure definition for the prediction and training tasks and for defining backup schedules.   Resource allocation for...

Annotating Multi-Page Documents Efficiently with Dynamic Pagination and Cross-Page Annotation

Dynamic pagination  The support for pagination offered by earlier versions of the Annotation Lab involved the use of the tag `<pagebreak>`. A document pre-processing step was necessary for adding/changing the...

One-Click Task Submission Workflows in the Annotation Lab

One-Click Task Submission Workflows in the Annotation Lab Using the classical annotation workflow, when an annotator works on a task, a series of actions are necessary for creating a new...