Tag Archive for natural language processing

The Top 10 Machine Learning APIs

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by Angela Guess Janet Wagner recently wrote for Programmable Web, “Machine learning is everywhere these days… Right now, Amazon, Google, IBM, and Microsoft are the biggest players battling to dominate the very fast-growing machine learning cloud services market. IBM further strengthened its position in the market with the recent acquisition of AlchemyAPI, a leading deep…

5 Reasons Developers Should Build Their NLP and Semantic Search Skills

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by Angela Guess Nitin Agrawal recently wrote for Financial Express, “It at times feels magical that Search engines know, with unbelievable accuracy, exactly what you are looking for. This is the result of a heavy investment in NLP [natural language processing] and Semantic technologies. These, along with speech-recognition, have the potential of enabling a future…

Brain-Like Algorithm Enables Real Time Natural Language Processing

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by Angela Guess A recent article out of the company reports, “Cortical.io, an innovator in Natural Language Processing (NLP), announces the availability of its Retina engine in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. Based on an advanced proprietary machine intelligence algorithm, the Cortical.io Retina engine encompasses a wide range of highly efficient NLP tools for text filtering,…

New Report: The 4 Natural Language Processing Market Segments

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by Angela Guess A new article reports, “Today, business organizations are operational in and across a wide spectrum of verticals which includes Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI), retail and consumer goods, automotive, healthcare and life sciences, research and education, high tech and electronics, media and entertainment. These business firms are generating tremendous amount of…

MetaMind is Giving Machines a Bit of Common Sense

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by Angela Guess Will Knight recently wrote for the MIT Technology Review, “Talking to a machine over the phone or through a chat window can be an infuriating experience. However, several research groups, including some at large technology companies like Facebook and Google, are making steady progress toward improving computers’ language skills by building upon…

Voice Recognition and Natural Language Processing: How Do They Work?

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by Angela Guess Chris Jager recently wrote for LifeHacker, “Before a computer can even understand what you mean, it needs to be able to understand what you said. This involves a complex process that includes audio sampling, feature extraction and then actual speech recognition to recognise individual sounds and convert them to text. Researchers have…

DeepMind is Reading the News to Learn to Read

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by Angela Guess A recent article in the MIT Technology Review reports, “A revolution in artificial intelligence is currently sweeping through computer science. The technique is called deep learning and it’s affecting everything from facial and voice to fashion and economics. But one area that has not yet benefitted is natural language processing—the ability to…

Natural Language Processing Market Worth $13.4 Billion by 2020

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by Angela Guess A new article reports, “According to a new market research report “Natural Language Processing Market by Type (Rule-Based, Statistical, and Hybrid), Technologies (Recognition, IVR, OCR, Pattern & Image Recognition) – Worldwide Forecast to 2020″ published by MarketsandMarkets, The Natural Language Processing Market is expected to grow to $13.4 Billion at a CAGR…