Natural Language Processing

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Forbes  Jul 5  Comment 
The combination of technical innovation, ease of use, new generational leadership and positive bottom-line impact will create a wave that corporations won’t be able to resist.
Forbes  Jul 2  Comment 
Natural language processing is a ubiquitous form of AI technology.
Forbes  Jun 26  Comment 
What IBM’s Project Debater is working on is critical to natural language processing. What debate analysis is doing is moving past the simple semantic analysis of a sentence and into the realm of real conversation.
The Economic Times  Apr 15  Comment 
Google has been working extensively on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and now it has given users a (fun) glimpse of how far natural language processing -- that deals with machine reading comprehension -- in the technology has come.
TechCrunch  Mar 14  Comment 
Advancements in AI technology have paved the way for breakthroughs in speech recognition, natural language processing and machine translation. A new startup called Voicery now wants to leverage those same advancements to improve speech synthesis,...
TechCrunch  Mar 2  Comment 
 The initial hype around bots — applications that run partly or entirely using natural language processing, machine learning, computer vision and other AI tech to help consumers ask and answer questions, buy things and get other stuff done —...
Mondo Visione  Feb 1  Comment 
Post-trade services provider Clearstream, part of Deutsche Börse Group, has entered a collaborative research partnership with the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) at the University of Luxembourg. Over the next...
Forbes  Nov 27  Comment 
To compete effectively today, sales organizations need to employ data-driven, predictive selling enabled by AI, machine learning, and natural language processing.
Clusterstock  Oct 26  Comment 
Researchers found that earnings calls which use complex industry jargon tend to predict stock declines. Earnings calls which feature short, monosyllabic words are associated with positive results. "Natural language processing" could use that...
Financial Times  Oct 26  Comment 
Money managers are learning to search for trading signals in the spoken word




 
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Natural language processing (NLP) is a subfield of artificial intelligence and computational linguistics. It studies the problems of automated generation and understanding of natural human languages. Natural language generation systems convert information from computer databases into normal-sounding human language, and natural language understanding systems convert samples of human language into more formal representations that are easier for computer programs to manipulate.

It has been said that the next generation of web technology, "Web 3.0", will consist of intelligent applications that utilize the semantic web, natural language processing, machine learning, and machine reasoning.

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