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August 10, 2005

Inxight aims entity extraction software at government

California-based Inxight Software Inc has packaged up its information discovery and visualization software specially to target the needs of government agencies. The Sunnyvale-based company has rolled out a new "Extraction Bundle" aimed at applications such as counter-terrorism and criminal fraud.

By CBR Staff Writer

The bundle is built around Inxight’s SmartDiscovery ThingFinder entity extraction application, which identifies, extracts and classifies key entities in unstructured textual documents in multiple languages. To this Inxight has also added language processing modules and a specially developed counterterrorism entity pack. The software also comes with Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server database adapters.

Inxight says that several US government agencies already use ThingFinder for intelligence, counterterrorism and to crime fighting applications.

Special pricing for the government bundle is only available until the end of September.

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