J.C. Scholtes

Text mining generally refers to the process of extracting interesting and non-trivial information and knowledge from unstructured text. Information extraction varies from extracting simple semantic entities to advanced patterns such as facts, events, sentiments, emotions or even more abstract concepts. Advanced Natural Language Processing deals with machine translation, Q&A systems, chatbots and speech recognition. 

For various applications in legal, medical, business, manufactoring, marketing, law enforcement, or regulatory oversight, these disciplines have become essential tooling.    

An overview of past student projects and publications can be found here: www.textmining.nu