Concepts

Description

Returns high-level concepts in the content. For example, a research paper about deep learning might return the concept, \"Artificial Intelligence\" although the term is not mentioned.

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IBM Watson

\"Watson is IBM’s suite of enterprise-ready AI services, applications, and tooling.Watson helps you unlock the value of your data in entirely new, profound ways. By freeing your employees from repetitive tasks, you can empower your teams to focus on more creative, higher-value work. With insights from Watson, you can predict and shape future business outcomes, while rethinking your practices and workflows.\"

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Pricing

Lite
– Analyze up to 30,000 NLU items per month
– Use with any of the features
– One free custom model
1 NLU item = 1 group of 10,000 characters x 1 feature

An NLU item is based on the number of data units enriched and the number of enrichment features applied. A data unit is 10,000 characters or less. For example: extracting Entities and Sentiment from 15,000 characters of text is (2 Data Units * 2 Enrichment Features) = 4 NLU Items.


Standard
– 1-250,000 NLU items per month -$0.003 per NLU item
– 250,001-5,000,000 NLU items per month -$0.001 per NLU item
– 5,000,000 + NLU items per month -$0.0002 per NLU item
– Custom model price per month -$800 per model

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Comments


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