Finch for Text® now includes support for French, German, Dutch and Spanish languages

State-of-the-art NLP applied to four in-demand languages

RESTON, Go., June 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Finch Computing, developer of the innovative real-time natural language processing solution Finch for Text®, today announced that it has added French, German, Dutch and Spanish language support to the product, with Chinese, Arabic and Russian are coming soon.

“We know that our customers in government and enterprise want support for these high-priority languages,” said Finch Computing’s chief technology officer. Scott Lightner said. “By applying our proprietary natural language processing approach and entity knowledge bases, we can now offer them a robust set of features in these four new languages ​​- and we couldn’t be more excited about it.”

Finch for Text® works on multiple types of unstructured text, in multiple languages, and gives users the ability to glean real-time insights from their information assets. It works on enterprise-wide text volumes and its capabilities include entity extraction, enrichment and disambiguation, and text summarization.

To run these features, and to do so in multiple languages, Finch for Text ® requires significant computing resources. The company uses Amazon EC2 Inf1 instances in its PyTorch NLP, translation, and entity disambiguation models. This allows us to support additional languages ​​at an attractive price and performance, which is essential for our financial services, data aggregators and public sector customers.

“Partnering with Amazon and using these high-powered computing instances delivers the speed and fidelity we depend on and our customers need,” Lightner continued. “Running our models on these instances provides truly powerful performance for our customers and their missions.”

For more information about Finch for Text and to request a free demo account, please visit

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