The Causaly Machine-Reading Platform: From finding documents to finding evidence - ODSC

Rachael Burroughs
published on April 28, 2021

Causaly ODSC Seminar

Causaly's CTO, Artur Saudabayev, hosted an ODSC seminar on the 30th of March addressing the problem of the rapidly growing body of knowledge in biomedicine and the inability of current research methods to accommodate this growth.

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  • Causaly, a unique technology capable of extraction and comprehension of causal relationships from natural language turns extracted evidence into computable directed knowledge graphs

  • Causaly empowers users to search for evidence, as opposed to searching for documents, and ask questions that they could not ask to any other tool available today.

Causaly has a high-precision knowledge graph with more than 230 million directional relationships.

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