Core facts refer to the most important and relevant information in a text that can be used to derive meaning from it. This is usually determined by algorithms that analyze and identify patterns in the text data. The term is also sometimes used more generally to refer to any important and relevant information, especially when this information is hard to find or not well known.
The term Core Facts can also be used outside of this industry, it is still used to refer to any important or relevant information but this is often happening in a legal or academic context, where it is important to identify the most important facts in a case or argument. It can also be used more generally to refer to any piece of information that is essential to understanding something.
Core Facts vs. Key Facts
The term Core Facts is similar to Key Facts, but there is no agreed-upon definition of what makes a fact key. A Key Fact is usually less important than a Core Fact, but this is not always the case. Both terms are often used interchangeably.