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How to Use Neo4j for Natural Language Search

10.31.2013
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Take a look at Kenny Bastani's slides below for a look at natural language search - a search technique that is akin to querying a database through spoken language -  using Neo4j:


We’ll be covering... What is natural language search? What do brains and graphs have in common? How do you model time as a graph? How do you model time-based events on a graph? How do you anticipate natural language queries and map those to results? How do you transform answers into questions? - Slideshare page