Tag: Natural Language Processing

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DIY AI: Sentiment Analysis P2: Implementation

Blog Post Written By: Lisa Lo Once again, we're back to discuss sentiment analysis. In our last post, we went over what sentiment analysis is, why it's useful, and the main approaches to solving sentiment analysis. Now, with all that knowledge in hand, it's time to start coding our own

DIY AI: Sentiment Analysis P1: The Overview

Blog Post Written By: Lisa Lo In our last (first?) NLP post, we explored Natural Language Processing (NLP). As mentioned, a great place to start discovery of NLP is sentiment analysis since it’s a well-known and studied problem, but also very useful. So, today we’ll be going over

A Bag of Words: Levels of Language

Communicating with computers is difficult, as anyone who has used one can attest. The burden is on the individual to clearly communicate with the machine. But what if computers could understand the way we speak naturally? This isn’t just about programming. It’s about all the data that’s

Getting Started with NLP and Python

Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a method of computer interaction at the intersection of human language, computer science, and machine learning. It can be thought of as a way of helping computers interpret text and speech as a human would, including understanding the subject, context, or both. This blog post

Accidental AI: 5 Everyday AI Problems

Introduction People often ask questions like "What is AI?", or "Is AI worth of the hype?".Both questions are non-trivial to answer, but let's start with the first one:"What is AI?". This is a perennial favorite at academic conferences on AI for a few reasons: Every AI researcher has