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Natural Language Processing Succinctly

by Joseph D. Booth

Natural Language Processing Succinctly

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AI assistants represent a significant frontier for development. But the complexities of such systems pose a significant barrier for developers. In Natural Language Processing Succinctly, author Joseph Booth will guide readers through designing a simple system that can interpret and provide reasonable responses to written English text. With this foundation, readers will be prepared to tackle the greater challenges of natural language development.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Natural Language Processing
Chapter 2
What We're Building
Chapter 3
Extracting Sentences
Chapter 4
Extracting Words
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Entity Recognition
Chapter 7
Knowledge Base
Chapter 8
Answering Questions
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Google Cloud NLP API
Chapter 11
Microsoft Cognitive Services
Chapter 12
Other NLP Uses
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Penn Treebank Tags
Chapter 15
Universal POS Tags
Chapter 16
About the Code

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Natural Language Processing Succinctly
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