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Natural Language Processing (NLP) – A subfield of Computer Science + Linguistics + AI

January 3, 2021

Talgan Kumar Rao
Founder CEO at InfiTronics

Natural Language Processing (NLP) is among the hottest topic in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that makes human language intelligible to machines. NLP combines the power of linguistics and computer science to study the rules and structure of language, and create intelligent systems. NLP tools can help businesses analyze data and discover insights, automate time-consuming processes, and help them gain a competitive advantage.

Let’s be The First Movers and try to understand “What is NLP and How it can make your Business Smarter”
1. What is NLP? “NLP = Computer Science + AI + Computational Linguistics”
2. NLP vs NLU vs NLG
3. NLP Tasks by Complexity
4. What Makes NLP so Hard
5. Essential Machine Learning (ML) Background for NLP
6. NLP Challenges And Approaches
7. NLP Applications in Business

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