ConceptNet is a critical component of Luminoso’s approach to natural language understanding. It is an open-source semantic knowledge base that has been developed at MIT Media Labs for over a decade.

Its ultimate purpose? To teach computers language and the basic facts about the world that people take for granted when we converse with each other. Ultimately, it is a huge step forward in helping software learn and understand language in the same way that people do… making the analysis of unstructured, text-based data that much more accurate.

More about ConceptNet

To learn more about ConceptNet, see examples of it in use, and view the documentation, take a look at the official ConceptNet website.

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Science Blog

For a more in-depth look at our Chief Research Officer Robyn Speer’s research and the latest advances we’re making in the field of word embeddings, check out our science blog.

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