Natural language processing fundamentals : techniques, tools, and applications.

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Video/Projected medium
Language
English
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[First edition].
Published/​Created
[Sebastopol, California] : O'Reilly Media, Inc., [2024]
Description
1 online resource (1 video file (3 hr., 22 min.)) : sound, color.

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This comprehensive course is designed to lay a solid foundation in Natural Language Processing (NLP), a discipline that bridges the gap between human language and computer understanding, and is a cornerstone in the world of data science and artificial intelligence. The ability to analyze and derive meaningful insights from textual data is a highly sought-after skill. This course serves as a bridge for professionals and students to transition into roles that require NLP expertise. With the help of course instructor and NLP specialist, Lisa Becker, learners will acquire skills such as text analysis and feature engineering. They will work with various language models and understand the underlying technologies which will prepare them to tackle real-world challenges and innovate various sectors including healthcare, finance, e-commerce and beyond. This is not just a skill-enhancement course, but a pathway to unlocking a plethora of opportunities in the rapidly expanding field of AI and machine learning by studying the basics of more traditional NLP techniques as well as the big milestones such as transformers and large language models.
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1437374478
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  • 0790145481825
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