New CV parsing release – more languages now powered by Deep Learning

Amsterdam, 5 July – We’re pleased to announce many new resume parser languages are now powered by Deep Learning. Our latest release results in great accuracy improvements for Dutch, Flemish, Spanish, Russian and simplified Chinese parsing – with error rates decreasing by 15% to 60%, a major breakthrough after more than a decade of R&D in the fields of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing.

These new languages join English, French and German parsing which are already powered by Deep Learning. And, as an extra bonus, this release further improves personal data extraction for English parsing.

The Deep Learning enhancements of Extract! 4.0 were first launched in late 2017 for English CV parsing. Further upgrades to existing languages, along with the addition of new languages powered by Deep Learning, are planned in the future.

To learn more about latest release, read our full release (text in Dutch).

For more information on Extract! 4.0 and Deep Learning-powered CV parsing please contact your account manager if you are already a customer, or get in touch with our sales team using the form below.

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