- Artificial Intelligence
AI @ Thomson Reuters
Delivering trusted knowledge with AI
Artificial Intelligence plays a critical role at Thomson Reuters. It is embedded in how we create, enhance, connect, and deliver trusted information to our customers. It powers the products used by professionals around the world.
Since the early 1990s, we have been injecting AI and machine learning into our value creation and delivery stack. The result is comprehensive, accurate, and trusted knowledge and insights that are at the core of how professionals get their jobs done.
This is the story of AI @ TR, spanning our long history of contributions in this field of research, our current research projects, and the potential AI-enabled future of knowledge work.
Our AI principles
At Thomson Reuters, trust is one of our most important values. Thomson Reuters has drafted the following AI principles to promote trustworthiness in our continuous design, development, and deployment of AI.
Our core set of applied research
Professional knowledge work is often document-centric. This research project focuses on developing algorithms and tools to automate or machine-assist document review and analysis tasks.
Machine reading comprehension
Machine reading comprehension (MRC) is a subfield of NLP with the long term objective of endowing machines with the capability to read, understand, reason, and answer questions about unstructured natural language text.
Text mining focuses on developing algorithms to extract valuable information from text to optimize knowledge tasks focusing on content organization, consumption, distribution and analysis.
Meet our A.I. experts
Our talented team of scientists, engineers, designers and developers come from diverse backgrounds, are creative problem solvers and dedicated to advancing knowledge work with AI/ML.
Bring your passion
Build a career without boundaries. Do work that matters, with the flexibility to pursue your passion wherever it leads. Bring your ambition to make a difference. We’ll bring a world of opportunities.