i2k Connect Awarded Phase I SBIR Grant from the National Science Foundation to Accelerate its Artificial Intelligence-based Auto-Classification Technology


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“With the accelerating growth of data in documents and databases, manual information governance cannot keep pace with business requirements.” Reid G. Smith, CEO & Co-founder of i2k Connect, said. “i2k Connect enriches documents with AI technology and industry-specific knowledge to provide the classification and findability companies need.”

i2k Connect is an AI technology company that delivers software solutions to the complex problems of classification and analysis of corporate information. This innovative software, combines new methods for understanding documents using both visual and textual clues in addition to industry-specific knowledge, and capitalizes on cloud-based computing technologies for processing very large document repositories.

i2k Connect’s vision is “connecting the dots” so that information in individual documents may be easily found and information across many documents may be understood and brought to the attention of decision makers.

“i2k Connect integrates advances in text understanding, machine learning and knowledge management so that companies and individuals have better access to the information they require”, said Bruce Buchanan, Chief Scientist and Co-Founder. He added, “The software augments statistical analysis with domain-specific knowledge to address the difficulty of obtaining large enough numbers of gold-standard training cases to train classifiers.”