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NLP helps computers to understand the world around them. It helps computers to think like humans and to form relationships with the world. It also gives computers the ability to translate between different languages.
You’re probably using NLP already — for example, when you searched for that really long word that nobody wants to type.
But NLP goes way beyond simple text analysis — for example:
“Google autosuggests what you’re searching for based on your past searches and web browsing activity.”
NLP includes phrases like this because it senses the structure of the sentence and forms an opinion about its meaning.
In a similar way, you could say that NLP includes the kinds of questions and answers shown below:
For most applications NLP will do the right thing. However it can also do very bad things, as we will show in this section.
You may be concerned about Turing completeness — the idea that, deep inside, a computer will one day be able to simulate or even deceive a reviewer, e.g. by pretending to know about something it doesn’t.
However, NLP is so incredibly complex that it is simply not mathematically possible for a computer to understand everything that happens in practice.
That means that for example, search engines will be able to orders of magnitude more accurately than a human at spotting real life examples than a truly NLP-enmeshed machine would.
This means that NLP is secure against a truly nlp-enriched attacker with the goal of an attacker being like having a gun with 100 shots and hitting the target ~50% of the time.
Potential applications of NLP go way beyond search and search engine recommendation.
Here are just a few examples:
Personal medical consultations : Medical NLP can save lives by enabling practitioners to advise each other of possible diagnoses or refer patients to each other for appropriate medical attention.
Person-to-person chat : Social media provides enormous opportunities for NLP in support of instant messaging, including emoticons and group messaging, subject/context tagging, image and video captioning and translation, to name a few.
Robot carers : Using NLP to understand and describe what people say and do could improve the experience of carers and patients.
Interactive documentation : NER system capable of recording audio and video testimonies of any kind of a government activity could record, retain and review such testimonies.
Smarter phones : Phones are becoming ever more capable and intelligent and NLP will undoubtedly have a major impact on their functionality and use.
You also use the GNU tools for your GNU machine-running applications: is there anything in particular that you use and appreciate the most or use because it works just fine for you?
I use a lot of libraries that come with GNU. I am a fan of ANI and NLP so that’s what I use for many applications. I must admit there are some applications that I do not use any NLP functionalities. I just don’t need them.
I use sed and awk mainly for text analysis and filtering. I don’t use them intensively, generally when writing something quick, but I use them often to fix simple things in my configuration files.
For build tools I use automake and autoreconf to do the actual building of my system.
For any library I use bison to process its source code and filter out the unwanted things and pep8 to do some beautification work. I sometimes use autoconf to do the same as well.
In general, I use the most basic functionalities and libraries available.
When it comes to the development process behind your open source projects, how do you go about it, and how do you go about it the right way?
I have many different methods for my open source projects at present. But the main way I go about it is by reading through other people’s code. It provides me with a lot of valuable information.
For example, I have done numerous open-source projects and reviews and I have seen some patterns in the way projects are done.
It is useful to note down all the patterns you find and try to find out what is the common approach to solving the same problem. Sometimes it helps to discuss such patterns with other experienced open-source developers.
It’s often harder to come up with something to add to an existing project. How would you approach a new project? Let’s say it were you to take on the challenge and create a new web crawler: What would the process be like for you?
As a beginner in the field, the first thing I do is to check out a lot of different open-source projects in a similar space. I try to pick one that: a) Is written in some domain I am a beginner in such that I can understand what I am
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