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Leveraging Large Language Models (LLMs) for extracting table and text data through table transformers involves using advanced Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques to analyze and understand structured and unstructured data in a more nuanced manner. Let’s break down the process step by step:

Understanding Large Language Models (LLMs):
LLMs such as GPT-3 are massive deep learning models trained on vast amounts of text data. They can understand and generate human-like text, making them highly versatile for various NLP tasks.

Table Transformers:
Table transformers are specialized models or techniques designed to handle structured data like tables. They can understand table structures, relationships between columns, and the content within cells.

Extracting Table Data:
LLMs can be leveraged to extract data from tables by providing them with context about the table’s purpose or related text. Here’s how it can be done:

a. Context Understanding: The LLM needs to understand the context in which the table exists. This could be through natural language prompts or explanations provided alongside the table.

b. Querying the Table: Once the context is established, the LLM can be prompted with questions or queries related to the table data. For example, “Extract the sales data for Product X from the table below.”

c. Processing Responses: The LLM processes the input query along with the table data and generates a response that includes the extracted information. This response can be in structured format (e.g., JSON) or as natural language text.

Extracting Text Data:
LLMs excel at understanding and extracting information from unstructured text data as well. Here’s how they can be leveraged for this task:

a. Contextual Understanding: Similar to table data extraction, the LLM needs context about the text data it’s analyzing. This could be in the form of descriptions, questions, or prompts.

b. Analyzing Text: The LLM processes the text data based on the provided context. This could involve summarization, sentiment analysis, entity extraction, or any other relevant NLP task.

c. Generating Output: The LLM generates output based on its analysis, which could be structured data (e.g., extracted entities or summarized information) or natural language responses.

Integration and Automation:
These processes can be integrated into larger systems or workflows for automated data extraction and analysis. APIs provided by LLM providers or custom implementations can be used for seamless integration.


Data Quality: Ensure the accuracy and quality of the extracted data through validation and verification mechanisms.

Performance: Consider the computational resources required, especially for large-scale data processing tasks.

Security and Privacy: Handle sensitive data appropriately and follow best practices for data protection.

By leveraging LLMs and table transformers, organizations can streamline data extraction tasks, improve data understanding, and enable more advanced analytics and decision-making processes.

The below architecture diagram explains how LLMs can be leveraged to extract text and table data.



Content can be present in various systems such as public websites, tabular data and files residing in AWS S3. Here’s a breakdown of the process:

  • Unstructured data is collected from the website. This could include text, images, tables and videos.
  • Keywords are extracted from this data.
  • A similarity search is conducted to find documents in a vector database (a type of database that stores information as vectors) that are relevant to the extracted keywords.
  • A question and answer (QA) bot uses this information to answer the user’s query.
  • The answer is then aggregated from various responses and displayed to the user by using LLMs and NLP techniques.