Natural Language Processing

In this quick tutorial, we go over the basics of Natural Language Processing, what it is, and a few key applications of it. Machines can’t simply read and interpret language innately like we humans can. So how can machines understand sarcasm, or if a sentence is posed as a question, or even just to find the main topic and re-occurring themes in the words? If you think machines learning from numbers is interesting, then machines learning from words is even more interesting.

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Rebecca Merrett
About The Author
- Rebecca holds a bachelor’s degree of information and media from the University of Technology Sydney and a post graduate diploma in mathematics and statistics from the University of Southern Queensland. She has a background in technical writing for games dev and has written for tech publications.

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