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Real-World Natural Language Processing: applied NLP

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Real-World Natural Language Processing: applied NLP

  1. 1. Applied Natural Language Processing With Real-World Natural Language Processing. Take 42% off by entering slhagiwara into the discount code box at checkout at manning.com.
  2. 2. Help computers understand text Computers are good a lots of things but making sense of human-written text isn’t one of them. You can help! Natural language processing (NLP) is a set of tools and algorithms that help computers extract meaning from text. Turn to the next slide to find out more.
  3. 3. Apply NLP in your projects today Real-world Natural Language Processing teaches you how to create practical NLP applications without getting bogged down in complex language theory and the mathematics of deep learning. In it, you’ll explore the core tools and techniques required to build a huge range of powerful NLP apps to help computers better understand humans. I saw a girl with a telescope… How’s a computer to know which is right? or
  4. 4. A practical guide Real-world Natural Language Processing teaches you how to create practical NLP applications using Python and open source NLP libraries such as AllenNLP and Fairseq. By the time you’re done, you’ll have the skills to create named entity taggers, machine translation systems, spelling correctors, and language generation systems.
  5. 5. Learn from an expert Masato Hagiwara received his computer science PhD from Nagoya University in 2009, focusing on Natural Language Processing and machine learning. He interned at Google and Microsoft Research, and worked at Baidu Japan, Duolingo, and Rakuten Institute of Technology. He now runs his own consultancy business advising clients, including startups and research institutions. How a computer labels a sentence to better understand it
  6. 6. If you want to learn more about the book, check it out on liveBook here. Take 42% off Real-World Natural Language Processing by entering slhagiwara into the discount code box at checkout at manning.com.

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