Document Classification

The DocAI classification service automatically identifies 220+ document types and classify documents based on the extensive taxonomy.

This taxonomy is available here:

Document Classification service can be used for many purposes, such as:

  • prioritizing which documents are most important to review,
  • identifying when a subject matter expert might need to look at a document, and
  • mass assigning or grouping of documents.

Classification accuracy relies in part on the OCR quality of the file, where lower quality ratings of the OCR may cause incorrect classification. In some cases, you may be able to improve your classifcation results by improving the quality of your documents and re-uploading them.

For a guide to using the classification service, navigate to the sample workflows page.

Zuva has partnered with the Standards Advancement for the Legal Industry (SALI) Alliance to provide open-source document classification taxonomy in the hopes that the legal industry and the tech industry can come together to provide cleaner data and standardization to firms and legal professionals. The details of this partnership can be seen here: