What is your user trying to say?
Tag your text with intent that matches the correct context of the sentences, to accurately identify what your users really want.
Widely used in smart assistants and chatbots, intent recognition is key to building effective systems that utilise these technologies.
Extract crucial entities from your text
Identify key phrases, named entities like addresses and names, or parts of speech of the sentences like nouns and adjectives.
With our workforce of experts in different fields, we can create highly accurate labeled datasets for specific areas like medicine, finance etc.
Categorize your data
Segregate large volumes of texts or documents into appropriate categories.
Text classification systems trained on accurately tagged data can mark news articles, tweets, or comments from your users with useful categories.
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We understand your data is valuable to you. Keep your data safe through a variety of different storage options.
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Transparent pricing, trained and scalable workforce and a propreitary state-of-the-art labeling tool are just some of the features that set us apart.
We prefer per-asset pricing as it encourages quick response times. But we can also do hourly pricing..
Send us a few samples of your data, and we will label them for free. No questions asked.
Scale rapidly - both up as well as down - with our large team of highly experienced labelers.
Be assured of the security of your data with our highly controlled work environments. No data goes in or out.
Achieve superhuman level quality for your datasets with Automatic annotation.
Store your data with us, third party storage services or directly stream from your own AWS S3 accounts.
Do I need to provide a labeling tool?
Can you annotate international languages?
What if my data is domain specific?
Can you also capture data for us?
How do I measure the quality of the labels?
What if we need you to re-label a batch?