With new format support for Microsoft Word, you can now use Sensible to extract .doc and .docx files. Send your .doc or .docx file to any Sensible endpoint or upload directly to the Sensible app as usual.
This tutorial guides you through the process of creating a Python application using the GPT-3 model and testing it with several text-heavy tasks, such as summarizing text, fleshing out outlines, and writing content.
Sensible’s new user management capabilities make it easy to coordinate your team’s account directly within the Sensible app.
Converting PDF files to Excel makes the content of documents and forms more accessible to spreadsheets’ data wrangling (filtering/querying) capabilities.
Enhance your Python skills by learning six different file uploading techniques. This guide includes everything from using the requests library to setting up a Django web app for uploads.
Optimize LLMS for for document question answering: chunking, layout preservation, cost optimization, and confidence scores.
This tutorial guides Python developers through the process of extracting structured text from PDF documents using Sensible, a developer-first platform. The guide explains the step-by-step process of creating a configuration with SenseML, Sensible's document query language, retrieving the API key, and writing Python script to call Sensible's extractions API, thus showcasing Sensible's efficiency over alternatives like manual data entry or traditional OCR tools.
We’re excited to announce the launch of Sensible’s in-app dashboard. Now, you can track all your document extraction metrics in one place, in real-time. Easily aggregate performance summaries, monitor configuration success, track usage at the document type level, and view historic performance data for all production deployments.
We’re excited to announce the launch of Sensible’s confidence signals for our natural language methods. Confidence signals gauge the accuracy of LLM extractions similar to how machine learning models use confidence scores.
Sensible’s new classification API automates document identification, labeling, and routing without needing any additional configuration.
Today, we're thrilled to launch Sensible Instruct, a document understanding tool powered by LLMs, including GPT-4. With Sensible Instruct, you use natural language to instantly extract data from any document, even ones you’ve never seen before. Resumes, invoices, contracts, academic research, bank statements, utility bills and more – Sensible Instruct can parse them all.
While Daylight Saving Time may have stolen an hour of sleep this weekend, Sensible’s new natural language processing (NLP) capabilities, bulk CSV downloads, and OCR confidence scores will give you back that time (and then some).
Getting data from PDFs into existing databases can be a real challenge. For example, imagine your proptech company analyzes mortgage applications, but your company’s process for getting data from 1040 forms into databases is really slow. With Sensible's beta Zapier integration, you can take a low-code approach to transforming data in PDFs and other documents into emails, databases, Google sheets, and other supported Zapier destinations.
As Christmas approaches, the elves at the North Pole are busy preparing for the big day. For years, Santa has relied on a team of elves to manually enter data from the millions of wish lists that children send to the North Pole. But this year, Santa decided to try something new and enlisted the help of Sensible, a powerful tool for extracting structured data from documents, even ones handwritten in crayon.
Craft Ventures leads the round, with participation from Engineering Capital and Clocktower Technology Ventures. Learn more about Sensible's vision for the future.
Learn how you can quickly extract a document (No API Required™), access and clone over 100+ configurations directly in the Sensible dashboard, and rearrange the fields across different sections in your output.
We may have been a tad quiet recently but it's not because we were on summer vacation – we've been hard at work over the last few months on a number of new features while continuing to improve the platform with updates to the SenseML Editor and API. In this update, learn about how we’ve added support to convert PDFs to Excel, revamped the editor, enriched the API and PDF metadata, and enhanced our existing SenseML methods.
Documents remain underused in software toolchains, and valuable data languish in PDFs. The challenge has shifted from identifying text in documents to turning them into structured data suitable for direct consumption by software-based workflows or direct storage into a system of record. The best way to turn the vast majority of documents into structured data is to use a next generation of powerful, flexible templates that find data in a document much as a person would.
Today we are pleased to announce custom region support for our Enterprise customers. Businesses outside the US with data residency requirements, and businesses that would like to minimize latency to Sensible's API, will now be able to select their preferred AWS region.
Extract structured data from natural-language, free-text documents like leases and legal contracts with Sensible using GPT-3.
Loss runs are full of valuable information about an entity's risk profile, but the density of information means that there's more room for human error if you're relying on manual data entry. Learn how Sensible handles a loss run's complex structure to extract clean, tabular data automatically.
Mortgage underwriting portfolios, with multiple documents per PDF, present unique challenges for data extraction. We show how to overcome those challenges.
Get up and running on Sensible in minutes using our pre-built configurations for common document types.
Discover how Marble used Sensible to get to 2,000 members and $2MM of tracked premiums with just one ops person.
Learn how Inspectify reduced the time it took for their team to process a home inspection report from 15 minutes to 5 using Sensible.
There is a lot to like about paper documents and PDFs. They're easy for people to use and understand. Businesses use them to work with other businesses without pre-planning and coordination. Some documents are even elegant in their design and their representation of data. But as software eats the world, these documents are a major cause of indigestion.
Stop relying on manual data entry. With Sensible, claim back valuable time, your ops team will thank you, and you can deliver a superior user experience. It’s a win-win.