Asimov was a large scale research project that was done by Actonomy, Crosslang, De Persgroep in collaboration with iMEC (IDlab) and KUL on how machine learning could be used to generate automatically ontologies in a multilingual environment. In addition it also studied the usage of user behavior to enhance the matching results. This has now
Understanding the key characteristics of your candidates, employee and vacancy data is important for many staffing agencies and corporate HR departments. However, often recruiters have no real insight in what profiles they have in their candidate pool or amongst their employees : what is the skills distribution? What is the typical education level? What is
Actonomy to present ASIMOV linguistic research during LT-Innovate in Brussels – October 9 – 11, 2017
ASIMOV is a large scale research project that as done amongst Actonomy, Crosslang and De Persgroep in collaboration with UGent, KUL, imec. The goal of the research was twofold : to provide technology for automated multilingual ontology creation and using user behavior to provide adaptive matching models. The project has resulted in state-of-the-art technology based
Actonomy will be presenting the latest semantic search and CVmatching technology embedding advanced machine learning and data analytics. Visit our joint booth with our sister company Thalento and the other members of the HRTech Valley! Or, be invited for the Belgian Beer tasting on the 19th of September!
Actonomy to launch adaptive semantic search & match – learn from the user input and get more suitable results
Actonomy now brings semantic search to a next level by learning what the user is looking for. Users often use search keywords that are not recognized by semantic systems leading to no results. By learning from the user search behavior, Actonomy now solves this problem : all new or unknown search terms are automatically added