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Natural Language Processing and

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How a conversation design platform should be

16 of May

Zero-Code natural language processing

We consider how the design of a state-of-the-art conversational design platform should be to allow for wider adoption of this technology.

Some challenges to be addressed are maximum usability, high flexibility in configuration, easy and secure deployment and scalability, without forgetting fast feedback from production into retraining to achieve better user experience as the conversations evolve.

Styling formulas as you type them

1 of April

Style the formula as you type

We mix good old lexical analysis with Javascript and CSS3 tools to provide a nice to read appearance to spreadheet-like formulas as you write them.

The HTML5/CSS/js code used in the article is available on Github.

Assigning pieces of literary text to authors

4 of March

Guessing the author from the text

We explore the possibility of identifying the author of a book just looking at three or more sentences. And all this just considering the syntactical constructions without even examining the actual words.

The Python code used in the article is available on Github.

Touching base with StanfordNLP

8 of February

Playing with StanfordNLP

We play with StanfordNLP, a Python package that solves several common tasks in Natural Language Processing in 53 human languages. We demonstrate the usage of the package in finding out parts-of-speech and lexical features in sentences and paragraphs.