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1.2 COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE, Computer Sciences
Named Entity Recognition (NER) is the rst step for knowledge acquisition when we deal with an unknown corpus of texts. Having received these entities, we have an opportunity to form parameters space and to solve problems of text mining as concept normalization, speech recognition, etc. The recent advances in NER are related to the technology of word embeddings, which transforms text to the form being effective for Deep Learning. In the paper, we show how NER detects pharmacological substances, compounds, and proteins in the dataset obtained from the Spanish Clinical Case Corpus (SPACCC). To achieve this goal, we use contextualized word embeddings based on BERT language representation, which shows better results than the standard word embeddings.
Akhtyamova, L. (2020) Named Entity Recognition in Spanish Biomedical Literature: Short Review and Bert Model, Conference: 2020 26th Conference of Open Innovations Association (FRUCT) DOI:10.23919/FRUCT48808.2020.9087359