TEKLIA and Geosophy collaborate to extract information from geological archives

Geosophy and TEKLIA are very pleased to collaborate to demonstrate that archival documents can contain useful data to address contemporary issues such as environment, energy and housing.

20 April 2021

By Christopher Kermorvant

MACADAMIA: clinical information extraction to improve the care of newborns with congenital malformations

TEKLIA will develop Machine Learning models to assist medical doctors in extracting information from clinical report in order to create a large scale research database.

16 April 2021

By Christopher Kermorvant

NERVAL : A NER evaluation python package for noisy text

When working on Named Entity Recognition for complex documents, e.g. historical documents or from legal or medical domain, choosing an evaluation protocol can become a bit tricky.

08 April 2021

By Blanche Miret

What is the best export format for handwritten document processing results?

In the context of TEKLIA's involvement in the SYNTHESYS+ project, we took a look at 4 potential data formats to output the results of layout analysis, OCR and HTR, and NER processing.

01 April 2021

By Marie-Laurence Bonhomme

Arkindex presentation at the IIIF360 consortium workshop

Arkindex was presented at the IIIF event organized by the IIIF360 consortium (Biblissima, Campus Condorcet, TGIR Huma-Num)

24 March 2021

By Christopher Kermorvant

TEKLIA collaborates with the Egyptian Ministry of Communications and Information Technology to implement AI-Powered projects

TEKLIA is very happy to announce a collaboration with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) in Egypt to develop AI-based technology to automatically understand handwritten historical documents in Arabic.

13 September 2020

By Christopher Kermorvant

TEKLIA will assist the Paris School of Economics in studying administrative documents in Nepali

TEKLIA will assist PSE in a research project dedicated to the study of local governance of forest resources in Nepal thanks to automatic information extraction from administrative records in Nepali

02 October 2019

By Christopher Kermorvant

TEKLIA presents two research papers at ICDAR2019

TEKLIA will present two research papers at the 15th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition organised by University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia and hold at the International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney.

15 September 2019

By Christopher Kermorvant

TEKLIA's CaptchAN project awarded a grant from the Ministry of Culture

The CaptchAN project will develop a captcha service using cultural and patrimonial data provided by partner cultural institutions.

13 June 2019

By Christopher Kermorvant

TEKLIA joins the BALSAC project

TEKLIA will handle the automated transcription, named entity recognition and extraction from over 6 million digitized parish register entries (birth/baptism and death records mainly), dating from 1850 to 1920.

12 April 2019

By Christopher Kermorvant

Emanuela Boros Thesis Defense

26 September 2018