Knowledge Graph Services


By leveraging Natural Language Processing (NLP) with KG and semantic information extraction techniques, businesses can gain valuable insights from large volumes of data and improve their decision-making processes. Creating NLP solutions involves using techniques such as text mining and named entity recognition to extract information from unstructured data, such as text documents, and convert it into a structured format that can be used to populate a knowledge graph. By leveraging the power of NLP, businesses can extract valuable information from unstructured data and use it to build knowledge graphs that can be used to generate insights and recommendations. Here are some general steps that can be taken to create NLP solutions for building knowledge graphs:

The first step is to define the use case for the NLP solution. This may involve identifying the problem to be solved, the target users, and the specific data sources to be used.

The second step is to identify the data sources that will be used to populate the knowledge graph. This may involve using web scraping techniques to extract information from websites or using SQL/NoSQL DB and APIs to extract data from external sources.

The next step is to develop text mining and named entity recognition models that will be used to extract information from the data sources. This may involve machine learning techniques to train models to recognize specific entities and relationships.

Before applying the text mining and named entity recognition models, the text data needs to be preprocessed. This may involve removing stop words, stemming, and tokenizing the text.

After preprocessing the text data, the text mining and named entity recognition models can be applied (Entity recognition and disambiguation, Relation extraction, ontology-based extraction, etc.) to extract information from the data sources.

Once the information has been extracted, it can be used to populate the knowledge graph. This may involve defining the entities, relationships, and properties that are relevant to the use case, and mapping the extracted information to these entities and relationships.

Ontology and taxonomy development should be used to help ensure that the knowledge graph is structured and consistent. This involves identifying key concepts, entities, and relationships relevant to the business domain, and defining them in a formal ontology or taxonomy.

Querying and visualization tools can be developed to help businesses query the knowledge graph and visualize the results. This can help businesses gain insights from their data and make more informed decisions.

Finally, the NLP solution should be tested and refined to ensure that it is functioning as intended. This may involve testing the accuracy of the extracted information, and refining the NLP models to improve their performance.