Should I consider entities when conducting semantic search?

Asked a year ago

I've been assigned a project to derive customer semantics from a date repository with relatable search queries. I'm working with semi-structured and unstructured data in different languages with ambiguous word combinations and different tones and little differentiating tags. Could I rely on entities to more accurately recognize the concepts and abstracts in the data so that I can extract meaning from it?

Rhett Moses

Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Yes, considering entities can significantly improve the accuracy and relevance of your semantic search results. Entities refer to specific people, places, organizations, or things mentioned in your data. By identifying these entities, you can better understand the context and meaning of the data, leading to more precise search results.

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