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  • Monday 26th September 2016

    5 Myths about AI: Busted

    With all the advancements in machine learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) over the last few years, it’s easy to let your imagination run wild thinking about how awesome the future will be. Whether it’s autonomous performance cars, more accurate medical diagnoses, or fully automated online purchasing through intelligent chatbots, it seems the sky’s the limit for AI.

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  • Friday 23rd September 2016

    Inbenta Weekly Digest--September 23, 2016

    The seasons are turning, as this week we welcomed in the official start of autumn. The air is a little crisper, the days a bit shorter, the colors a whole lot brighter. Fall means many things to many people, but it can be difficult to put into words just how the change of seasons makes us feel. If you were too busy pondering the world and watching the first leaves fall to keep up with the latest buzz from the tech world, never fear.

    Here’s “This Week in….Natural Language Processing.”

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  • Thursday 22nd September 2016

    So You Wanna Be A Computational Linguist?

    Natural Language Processing (NLP) software is all the rage these days. From chatbots to customer self-service to intelligent search, today’s technologies are powered by software that understands the meaning of language.  

    But natural language technology doesn’t just appear out of thin air. In addition to the developers who actually write the code to make it work, professional linguists inform the myriad rules and nuances that help the software understand language. It’s a pretty cool job, but is it one you could possibly want?

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