Unstructured Data

Interact, discover insights and build
with unstructured text, image and audio data.

Uncover data insights
Structure your text and image datasets.
Discover Datasets
Discover what others have been building
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Sync and share unstructured data with privacy

Into your stack and web apps
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Understand your unstructured information

Build insights
Uncover and share insights
  • Uncover data insights from your text and images - right from your web browser.
  • Make sense of your data with AI computed topics, data labels and groupings and embeddings.
  • Share text, image, and embeddings datasets with your team or customers.
  • Scales from 100 to 100 million unstructured datapoints.
Refine and Clean Data
  • Transform and structure your datasets with collaborative labeling
  • Collaboratively search, share and filter
Make data and AI available anywhere
  • Collaborate with your engineers via the AI powered Atlas API
  • Access vector search, topic modeling, semantic deduplication and embeddings over your data.
  • Cloud and On-Prem Hosting
  • Production-ready for secure integration into your apps.

Interact semantically with your unstructured data

from your web browser and through the Atlas API

Semantic Search
Organize your text and images
Semantic Search
Search millions of datapoints instantly
Semantic Search
Cluster data into semantic topics
Semantic Search
Deduplicate text and images

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Atlas?
How do I collaborate with my team?
Do you support research users with large collections of embeddings or text?
How much does Atlas cost?


Data Points
250k included
Organization Seats
only you
Public Data Points
Private Data Points
Private or public?
When maps are public their datapoints can be viewed by anyone with a link. Private maps are only accessible by you and your team members securing access to your datasets.
“Henceforth, it is the map that precedes the territory” – Jean Baudrillard