Smart Content Services
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A Multinational Media and Information Company
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A Leading Chemical Information Provider, USA
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An International Standards Organization
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A Global Academic Publishing Company
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A Life Science Membership Organization, USA

Smart Content Services

Content, in general, is static and opaque represented in the form of text and images in articles, book chapters, conference papers, grey literature, multimedia, etc. Smart content enables applications/tools to understand the concept/ meaning behind the content and leverage such understanding for better knowledge discovery.

Scope has significant experience in developing, translating and maintaining controlled vocabularies using its rich resource base of SMEs aided by technology and thus can provide a strong knowledge framework for Smart content.

Leveraging this experience, Scope has developed diSCOver™, a group of services that enable publishers and other information providers to enhance the discoverability of and search precision for its content. diSCOver employs Scope’s proven “assisted automation” approach that blends proprietary automation technology with intervention from subject domain experts (SMEs) to create solutions for its clients.

Scope has enhanced its technological capabilities in the semantic space to provide the complete portfolio of Smart content services, such as semantic tagging of content, automatic identification of conceptual relationships, visualization of such relationships and generating semantic linkages to other resources for better knowledge discovery.