Cognitive search is the next generation of enterprise search driven by artificial intelligence to get the most accurate results from your documents, matters, intakes, tasks, notes, and everything else stored in CloudLex, in seconds.
Semantic search leverages natural language techniques, concept matching, and synonyms to give you more relevant results from your data. Also, it can consider the intent and context of your query to get matching data from case files and not just search for keywords.
Full-text search with the ability to use simple query syntax. There is an opportunity to use wildcards and fuzzy search to get the most laser-focused search into your matters, tasks, intakes, documents, notes, events, and more in advanced search settings. Plus, you can choose to add archived matter case files and rejected client intake files to widen your search.
Fast and Secure
Cognitive search is built to deliver relevant and accurate results for your search query faster. This should free up your staff for other priority tasks when they would otherwise have had their time taken up with combing through piles of documents. In addition, CloudLex enterprise search is built on the Microsoft Azure platform, which meets a broad set of international and industry-specific compliance standards.
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Advance AI Search FAQs
What is semantic search?
Semantic search is a data searching technique in which a search query aims to not only find keywords, but to determine the intent and contextual meaning of the words or phrases being searched. Through concept matching, synonyms, and natural language algorithms, semantic search provides more interactive search results by transforming structured and unstructured data into an intuitive and responsive database.
What is basic search vs. Advanced search?
Everyone knows how a search bar works. After all, who hasn’t used Google to search for something at one time or another?
The most common search method is a keyword search. When you type in a word or phrase into your case management system, the system provides all matters, intakes, tasks, document events, notes, and emails including that keyword exactly or contextually. This type of search should be available across the entire case management software, so you can look for tasks or folders of interest, no matter the layout.
Sometimes, a basic keyword search is not enough to quickly and easily find results. A robust case management software should also offer filters.
When you want to narrow your search results, then you can use the advanced search. Advanced search allows you to conduct targeted searches by using various combinations of keywords or excluding some keywords from your search to get only the most relevant results. You can also opt to include or exclude certain categories of files, such as closed matters.