Catapa’s Paper was selected to be presented at International Conference on Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval (NLPIR 2019) at Tokushima University Japan
In this high technology era, advances in computer engineering made it possible that humans may interact with the machines in their natural language, both in written or spoken manner.
At the same time as well, the amount of data, which available in big data bases in in the internet is growing in a rapid manner. Both developments setup news challenges for the development of innovate algorithms to recognize speech, to categorize and classify not only textual information in short times as well to extract knowledge and wisdom from a huge pile of unevaluated data.
With this background, an international conference that specifically discussed on Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval is present. Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval (NLPIR 2019) is an annual international academic conference which presenting the latest research and development from NLP & Information Retrieval studies. Catapa, an AI-based company for integrated HR solution submit their research paper “Catapa Resume Parser: End to End Indonesian Resume Extraction” to 3rd International Conference on NLPIR 2019 and was selected among with 37 papers that went through a strict selection process. There were total 64 submission from authors from 28 countries in 4 continents by the member of NLPIR international program committee.
As the only Indonesian company that chosen to present their paper in the conference, Catapa’s paper also be filed in ACM Digital Library, the world most complete article database and bibliography literature that includes computer and information technology. And also Scopus, a platform that provides a comprehensive picture of world research results in the fields of sience, technology, medicine, social sciences, arts and humanities. Resume parser is one of Catapa feature which is recognized as one of the references to future developments.
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