In different contexts, a word might be used as a named entity, a verb, or another word form within a given sentence. For example, in the case where “times” is a named entity, it may refer to two separately distinguishable entities such as “The New York Times” or “Times Square”. Given a specific paragraph of text within a document, the Entity Linking Intelligence Service will recognise and identify each separate entity based on the context.
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