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Applying deep learning techniques on medical corpora from the World Wide Web: a prototypical system and evaluation

@article{MiarroGimnez2015ApplyingDL,
  title={Applying deep learning techniques on medical corpora from the World Wide Web: a prototypical system and evaluation},
  author={Jos{\'e} Antonio Mi{\~n}arro-Gim{\'e}nez and Oscar Mar{\'i}n-Alonso and Matthias Samwald},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2015},
  volume={abs/1502.03682}
}
BACKGROUND: The amount of biomedical literature is rapidly growing and it is becoming increasingly difficult to keep manually curated knowledge bases and ontologies up-to-date. In this study we applied the word2vec deep learning toolkit to medical corpora to test its potential for identifying relationships from unstructured text. We evaluated the efficiency of word2vec in identifying properties of pharmaceuticals based on mid-sized, unstructured medical text corpora available on the web… CONTINUE READING

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