NLP & NLG
NLP & NLG
Natural Language Processing (NLP) is the ability of a computer to understand written text and derive intelligence that normally would require manual interpretation. QuantaVerse employs an NLP engine to analyze massive numbers of text-based documents from internal and external sources. By automating the review of emails for not only keywords related to suspicious payments but relationships between words, issues can be identified. The QuantaVerse NLP engine further distinguishes risk concerns by analyzing any combination of structured data sources such as travel and expense reports, contract language, proforma invoices, shipping documents and more.
In the field of adverse media, standard NLP algorithms can extract entity names from articles, but are unable to distinguish differences between types of entities. The QuantaVerse NLP is trained to infer criminal sentiment around entities, thereby differentiating between subject roles and relationships in Web text.
Conversely, Natural Language Generation (NLG) technology turns data into plain-language. QuantaVerse uses this technology to report on investigative findings just like a human investigator would. Critical information such as risk scores, negative news, sanctions data and financial crime typologies are automatically compiled in QuantaVerse Financial Crime Reports for investigators speedy review.