This talk was originally given at the 2020 Virtual Conference on October 21st, 2020. Speaker: Vidya Setlur, Research Scientist at Tableau Session Description: Natural language processing has garnered interest in helping people interact with computer systems to make sense and meaning of the world. In the area of visual analytics, natural language has been shown to help improve the overall cognition of visualization tasks. In this talk, Vidya will discuss how natural language can be leveraged in various aspects of the analytical workflow ranging from smarter data transformations, visual encodings, autocompletion to supporting analytical intent. More recently, chatbot systems have garnered interest as conversational interfaces for a variety of tasks. Machine learning approaches have proven to be promising for approximating the heuristics and conversational cues for continuous learning in a chatbot interface. Vidya will explore the implications for these data-driven approaches in broadening the scope for visual analysis workflows. She will also discuss the future directions for research and innovation in this space. Follow and like us on social media: LinkedIn:…​ Facebook:​ Twitter:​ Instagram:​
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Learn more about NLP with free guide → Learn how to build apps with NLP → Watch “What is a Chatbot” lightboard video → Check out IBM Watson Natural Language Understanding → Every time you surf the internet you encounter a Natural Language Processing, or NLP, application. But what exactly is NLP and how does it work? In this lightboard video, Master Inventor with IBM, Martin Keen, visually explains what NLP is and why we need it, as well as how NLP takes unstructured human speech and converts it to structured data that a computer can understand. Chapters 0:00 – Intro 0:38 – Unstructured data 1:12 – Structured data 2:03 – Natural Language Understanding (NLU) & Natural Language Generation (NLG) 2:36 – Machine Translation use case 3:40 – Virtual Assistance / Chat Bots use case 4:14 – Sentiment Analysis use case 4:44 – Spam Detection use case 5:44 – Tokenization 6:18 – Stemming & Lemmatization 7:42 – Part of Speech Tagging 8:22 – Named Entity Recognition (NER) 9:08 – Summary Subscribe to the IBM Cloud channel to be notified when a new video drops → Get started on IBM Cloud at no cost → #NLP #NaturalLangueProcessing #AI
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This video is an introduction to Natural Language Processing in Hindi. It is a Natural Language Processing Tutorial where we have taught what is it in detail. Purchase notes right now, more details below: * Natural Language Processing Playlist: Sureshot exam questions: 1) Steps in Natural Language Processing: 2) Levels of Natural Language Processing: 3) Ambiguity in Natural Language Processing: 4) Morphological Parsing: 5) Inflectional & Derivational Morphology: 6) N Gram Model: 7) Language Model: 8) POS Tagging & Tag set in English: 9) Rule Based POS Tagger: 10) Stochastic POS Tagging: 11) Top Down vs Bottom Up Parsing: 0:00 – Start 0:05 – What is Natural Language Processing 0:20 – Example 1:25 – What is the process About this video: 1) Natural Language Processing Mumbai University 2) what is Natural Language Processing 3) what is Natural Language Processing in Hindi 4) what is Natural Language Processing (nlp) 5) what is Natural Language Processing in computer science 6) nlp Subscribe to my other YouTube channel: Planet Ojas Let’s have some conversation: Instagram: planetojas #NLP #ComputerEngineering
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🔵 Intellipaat natural language processing in python course: In this natural language processing video, you will learn what is a natural language, text mining in NLP, file handling in python, NLTK package, tokenization, artificial intelligence, hands-on demo, frequency distribution, stop words, and the concepts of bigrams, trigrams, and n-grams, NLP interview questions in detail. This NLP with Deep Learning and Machine Learning video is a must-watch for everyone who wants to learn NLP and make a career in the AI domain. #NaturalLanguageProcessing #NLPdeeplearning #NLPMachineLearning #NLPPython #NLPCourse #NLPTraining #NLPTutorial #Intellipaat The following topics are covered in this video: 01:47 – Introduction to NLP 03:41 – Tokenization 12:13 – Lemmatization 13:36 – Parts of Speech Tagging 16:12 – Named Entity Recognition 18:29 – Introduction to Spacy 26:07 – Sentiment Analysis using NLTK 46:26 – Text Mining 47:12 – Need of Text Mining 48:19 – Natural Language Processing(NLP) 49:21 – Installing Anaconda 51:19 – OS Module in Python 58:35 – File Handling in Python 59:26 – Creating File Object 01:00:35 – Reading from a File 01:04:02 – Writing to a File 01:08:07 – Working with Word Files 01:13:27 – Natural Language Toolkit (NLTK) 01:14:12 – NLTK Corpora 01:15:51 – Chunking 01:36:34 – Chinking 01:43:04 – Why Artificial Intelligence? 01:50:35 – Machine Learning 01:55:50 – Machine Learning Types 02:05:12 – Introduction to Deep Learning 02:07:40 – Application of Deep Learning 02:10:07 – What is Neural Network? 02:17:10 – Activation Functions 02:21:23 – Perceptron Training Algorithm 02:24:11 – What are Tensors? 02:26:07 – Program [More]
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Natural Language Processing is a technique that is widely used in the field of AI and Machine Learning. In this video, you learn about the NLTK library and its use for natural language processing and text mining tasks. You will look at Speech Recognition, Spam Filtering, and Sentiment Analysis. You will understand text extraction and NLP workflow. Using the NLTK Python library, you will perform a hands-on demo on processing brown corpus and structuring sentences. 🔥Free AI Course: ✅Subscribe to our Channel to learn more about the top Technologies: ⏩ Check out the Artificial Intelligence training videos: #ArtificialIntelligence #AI #MachineLearning #SimplilearnAI #RiseofAI #FutureOfAI #SimplilearnTraining #DeepLearning #Simplilearn Simplilearn’s Artificial Intelligence course provides training in the skills required for a career in AI. You will master TensorFlow, Machine Learning and other AI concepts, plus the programming languages needed to design intelligent agents, deep learning algorithms & advanced artificial neural networks that use predictive analytics to solve real-time decision-making problems without explicit programming. Why learn Artificial Intelligence? The current and future demand for AI engineers is staggering. The New York Times reports a candidate shortage for certified AI Engineers, with fewer than 10,000 qualified people in the world to fill these jobs, which according to Paysa earn an average salary of $172,000 per year in the U.S. (or Rs.17 lakhs to Rs. 25 lakhs in India) for engineers with the required skills. You can gain in-depth knowledge of Artificial Intelligence by taking our Artificial Intelligence certification training course. Those who [More]
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How to learn AI for Free : Future Updates : Developers who are moving towards Artificial intelligence and Machine learning are confused as which language is the best choice. This video answers that. In this video we will see : – Which is the best language to learn AI – In AI language doesn’t matter. Language is needed when we want to implement the algorithm. – Selection of language based on Ranking Area of work Background – Ranking Based on use and number of libraries available the top 5 languages are : 1. Python 2. Java 3. C/C++ 4. Javascript 5. R language – Area of work or Domain : If working on Natural Language Processing or Sentiment Analysis then Python is best language as there are many libraries available If domain is Enterprise like Big Data, Fraud detection, Network security then best language is Java If working on Robots, Speech recognition, Games then no doubt go for C and C++ – Tensorflow.js – Javascript – R language Editing Monitors : Check out our website: Follow Telusko on Twitter: Follow on Facebook: Telusko :… Navin Reddy : Follow Navin Reddy on Instagram: Subscribe to our other channel: Navin Reddy :… Telusko Hindi :… Donation: PayPal Id : navinreddy20 Patreon : navinreddy20
This talk will explore the four waves of AI & machine learning and the cresting fifth wave of AI innovation that we are currently experiencing. How can we harness the power of AI & ML to enhance language learning? We’ll examine some of the possibilities in this presentation. Jon Gorham has a graduate degree in Educational Technology with a concentration in Digital Learning and Teaching and currently works as an assistant professor at a private university in Tokyo. His interests include virtual & augmented reality classroom applications as well as teaching 21st century skills to Japanese students.
*** Natural Language Processing Course: *** This session on Context Free Grammar will give you a detailed and comprehensive knowledge of context-free grammar and how it is used in Natual Language Processing. It also focuses on Syntax trees and Techniques like Chinking and Chunking. ———————————— About this course : Edureka’s Natural Language Processing with Python course will take you through the essentials of text processing all the way up to classifying texts using Machine Learning algorithms. You will learn various concepts such as Tokenization, Stemming, Lemmatization, POS tagging, Named Entity Recognition, Syntax Tree Parsing and so on using Python’s most famous NLTK package. Once you delve into NLP, you will learn to build your own text classifier using the Naïve Bayes algorithm. ———————————— Meetup: Instagram: Slideshare: Facebook: Twitter: LinkedIn: For more information, please write back to us at or call us at: IND: 9606058406 / US: 18338555775 (toll free)
Dataset: In this video, we will learn about spam text message classification using NLP. Natural Language Processing (NLP) is the field of Artificial Intelligence, where we analyze text using machine learning models. Text Classification, Spam Filters, Voice text messaging, Sentiment analysis, Spell or grammar check, Chatbot, Search Suggestion, Search Autocorrect, Automatic Review, Analysis system, Machine translation are the applications of NLP. Tokenization is breaking the raw text into small chunks. Tokenization breaks the raw text into words, sentences called tokens. These tokens help in understanding the context or developing the model for the NLP. The tokenization helps in interpreting the meaning of the text by analyzing the sequence of the words. 🔊 Watch till last for a detailed description 03:33 What is NLP? 09:38 Natural Language generation 12:42 Installing packages 21:11 Bag of words 27:07 Get started with Code 32:05 Balance the data 37:16 Exploratory data analysis 49:08 Pipeline and random forest 58:41 Support vector machine 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 ✍️🏆🏅🎁🎊🎉✌️👌⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ENROLL in My Highest Rated Udemy Courses to 🔑 Unlock Data Science Interviews 🔎 and Tests 📚 📗 NLP: Natural Language Processing ML Model Deployment at AWS Build & Deploy ML NLP Models with Real-world use Cases. Multi-Label & Multi-Class Text Classification using BERT. Course Link: 📊 📈 Data Visualization in Python Masterclass: Beginners to Pro Visualization in matplotlib, Seaborn, Plotly & Cufflinks, EDA on Boston Housing, Titanic, IPL, FIFA, Covid-19 Data. Course Link: 📘 📙 Natural Language Processing (NLP) in Python for Beginners NLP: Complete Text Processing with [More]
Richard Socher (Salesforce) @ the Cornell Tech Learning Machines Seminar Series (LMSS — TITLE: The Natural Language Decathlon: Multitask Learning as Question Answering ABSTRACT: Deep learning has improved performance on many natural language processing (NLP) tasks individually. However, general NLP models cannot emerge within a paradigm that focuses on the particularities of a single metric, dataset, and task. We introduce the Natural Language Decathlon (decaNLP), a challenge that spans ten tasks: question answering, machine translation, summarization, natural language inference, sentiment analysis, semantic role labeling, zero-shot relation extraction, goal-oriented dialogue, semantic parsing, and commonsense pronoun resolution. We cast all tasks as question answering over a context. Furthermore, we present a new Multitask Question Answering Network (MQAN) jointly learns all tasks in decaNLP without any task-specific modules or parameters in the multitask setting. MQAN shows improvements in transfer learning for machine translation and named entity recognition, domain adaptation for sentiment analysis and natural language inference, and zero-shot capabilities for text classification. We demonstrate that the MQAN’s multi-pointer-generator decoder is key to this success and performance further improves with an anti-curriculum training strategy. Though designed for decaNLP, MQAN also achieves state of the art results on the WikiSQL semantic parsing task in the single-task setting. We release code for procuring and processing data, training and evaluating models, and reproducing all experiments for decaNLP. BIO: Richard Socher is Chief Scientist at Salesforce. He leads the company’s research efforts and brings state of the art artificial intelligence solutions into the platform. Prior, Richard was [More]
Margaret is a Senior Research Scientist in Google’s Research & Machine Intelligence group, working on artificial intelligence. Her research generally involves vision-language and grounded language generation, focusing on how to evolve artificial intelligence towards positive goals. This includes research on helping computers to communicate based on what they can process, as well as projects to create assistive and clinical technology from the state of the art in AI. Her work combines computer vision, natural language processing, social media, many statistical methods, and insights from cognitive science. Margaret Mitchell, PhD was a keynote speaker at ODSC East 2020 Virtual Conference → To watch more videos like this, visit ← Do You Like This Video? Share Your Thoughts in Comments Below Also, You can visit our website and choose the nearest ODSC Event to attend and experience all our Trainings and Workshops: Sign up for the newsletter to stay up to date with the latest trends in data science: Follow Us Online! • Facebook: • Instagram: • Blog: • Linkedin: • Learning Videos: #ArtificialIntelligence #DataScience #ODSC
This six-part video series goes through an end-to-end Natural Language Processing (NLP) project in Python to compare stand up comedy routines. – Natural Language Processing (Part 1): Introduction to NLP & Data Science – Natural Language Processing (Part 2): Data Cleaning & Text Pre-Processing in Python – Natural Language Processing (Part 3): Exploratory Data Analysis & Word Clouds in Python – Natural Language Processing (Part 4): Sentiment Analysis with TextBlob in Python – Natural Language Processing (Part 5): Topic Modeling with Latent Dirichlet Allocation in Python – Natural Language Processing (Part 6): Text Generation with Markov Chains in Python All of the supporting Python code can be found here:
Presented by: Keith Galli In the past year, massive developments have been made in the natural language processing field. Improvements in areas such as question answering, machine translation, and sentiment analysis have opened up doors to utilize NLP more effectively than ever before. In this tutorial we will perform a brief overview of the field of NLP and look at the Python libraries that allow us to utilize different techniques and models. We will start with simple, traditional approaches to NLP that will provide us baseline for our models. As we progress in the tutorial we will look at some more advanced concepts that can give quick boosts to model performance. We will end by introducing state-of-the-art language models and how we can incorporate them into applications that we build. Tutorial resources:
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