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NLU-MAP. IBM Watson NLU with Mind Mapping automation


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NLU-MAP . An application for the visualization of the results of the semantic analysis of text using IBM Watson Natural Language Understanding through mind mapping automation.

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NLU-MAP. IBM Watson NLU with Mind Mapping automation

  1. 1. IBM WATSON™ NATURAL LANGUAGE UNDERSTANDING + MIND MAPPING NLU-MAP C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 1 Image courtesy of hyward at
  2. 2. IBM WATSON™ C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 2
  3. 3. Capabilities not found in traditional computing systems • Understand like humans do, processing natural language and other unstructured data. • Learn, getting more valuable with time. • Reason. It understands underlying ideas and concepts, form hypothesis, infers and extracts concepts. • Interact. It has abilities to see, talk and hear. It can interact with humans in a natural way. C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 3
  4. 4. What can you do with IBM Watson™? • Analyze and interpret all of your data, including unstructured text, images, audio and video. • Use machine learning to grow the expertise in your apps and systems. • Provide personalized recommendations by understanding the user’s personality, tone, and emotion • Create chat bots that can engage in dialog. C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 4
  5. 5. IBM WATSON™ NLU C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 5
  6. 6. Natural Language Understanding (NLU) SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF TEXT TO: • Get insight • Understand sentiment and emotion Watson™ NLU Overview C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 6
  7. 7. Sources of information to analyze • Social media & Blogs • Articles • Research reports • Enterprise mail and e-mail • Surveys • Documents • Voice transcriptions • Chat • News • Knowledge bases C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 7
  8. 8. Types of use • Social media monitoring • Content recommendation • Opinion mining • Content profiling • Add placement • Buyer intent analysis • Churn prevention • Financial prediction • Brand & product intelligence C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 8
  9. 9. Results of the analysis • Entities • Relations • Keywords • Concepts • Categories • Semantic roles • Metadata • Sentiment • Emotion C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 9
  10. 10. Problems • Too much information to visualize as linear text. • Disorientation when visualizing the results as web pages. • Lack of the whole picture view in both cases. C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 10
  11. 11. Solution IBM Watson™ Natural Language Understanding + Mind Mapping automation C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 11 Introduction to mind mapping
  12. 12. NLU-MAP C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 12
  13. 13. NLU-MAP SaaS product developed by Infoseg using IBM Watson™ NLU API and our own software to automate the creation of mind maps. C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 13
  14. 14. Sample text to analyze A Google takeover of at least part of HTC's business has been rumoured for some time. Now that the Taiwanese firm has announced its shares are being suspended, speculation is rampant that an agreement has been struck. HTC made the first ever Android handset - the Dream - and is rumoured to be the manufacturer of one of the US firm's Pixel 2 models, which is set to be announced next month. But Google has already struggled to integrate one phone-maker, Motorola Mobility, and it's not clear why it would want to repeat the experience. Yes, HTC has proven itself capable of developing unusual features - such as the squeeze-to-take-photos design of its recent U11 - but it has repeatedly failed to launch a bestseller. And does Google really want to own HTC's factories at a time when others, including Apple, are happy to outsource production? An alternative deal could involve buying HTC's virtual reality business. Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Might a takeover deal be limited to HTC's virtual reality division? Its high-end Vive headset is reportedly outselling Facebook's Oculus Rift rival by a margin of nearly two-to-one - albeit with still modest numbers - and is recognised by many as the superior system. Moreover, Google already poached Vive's chief designer Claude Zellweger away at the start of the year for its own Daydream VR effort. Many believe virtual and augmented reality (in which graphics are mixed with real-world views) have the potential to revolutionise how we interact with computers, but only after further huge sums are invested in R&D. Cash-strapped HTC might thus be incapable of making the most of its early lead, while Google may be willing to dig deep to give itself every advantage possible against Microsoft and Apple, which are also eyeing the space. C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 14
  15. 15. Mind map created by NLU-MAP C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 15
  16. 16. Text included as a Note C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 16
  17. 17. Categories C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 17
  18. 18. Concepts C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 18
  19. 19. Detail of Concepts C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 19
  20. 20. Entities C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 20
  21. 21. Sentiment C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 21
  22. 22. Relations C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 22
  23. 23. Keywords C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 23
  24. 24. Semantic Roles C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 24
  25. 25. FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 25
  26. 26. Services provided by IBM Watson™ • Discovery. To unlock actionable insights hidden in unstructured data. Also Natural Language Understanding to extract semantic information from content. • Conversation and vision. Conversation, Chatbots, Visual Recognition. • Speech and Empathy. Speech to Text, Text to Speech, Personality Insights, Tone Analyzer. • Language. Translator, Natural Language Classifier, Retrieve and Rank the most relevant information from a collection of documents. C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 26
  27. 27. Next developments • Tone Analyzer. This will be an add-in for Outlook so that users can see the tone of the messages they are going to send. In this way users will be confident that their messages do not contain improper content. • Chatbots. To create a summary of conversations that can be analyzed later. • Personality Insights. To obtain a psychological portrait of a person as a mind map. • Discovery. To visualize the result of searches in collections of documents. C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 27
  28. 28. Interview Interview for the Mindmapping software blog C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 28
  30. 30. Introduction to the Applications of Mind Mapping in Medicine C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 30
  31. 31. C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 31 Introducción a la Técnica de Mapas Mentales Gestión Visual de Información Compleja con MindManager 16
  32. 32. C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 32 Co-author of Federal Data Science and Advanced Analytics in Agricultural Science: Transforming Government and Policy using Artificial Intelligence Chapter 8 Elsevier – Academic Press
  33. 33. Infoseg José M. Guerrero C) Infoseg, S.A. 2017 33