Natural Language Processing

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Have you ever wondered how to build a system that automatically translates between languages? Or a system that can understand natural language instructions from a human? This class will cover the fundamentals of mathematical and computational models of language, and the application of these models to key problems in natural language processing.
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9/10 starsCompleted
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5 years, 11 months ago
I am a DevOps professional from Belgium with +20 years of experience. I thought the course material was very well structured, and the quantity was just good. The lectures were absolutely top: I thoroughly enjoyed the calm and relaxed way intricate and sometimes difficult topics were explained. Also the format of the programming assignments was brilliant: it's not easy to find a method to rate the performance of implementations in any programming language possible. I had more difficulties with the Quizzes, which I think in many cases were based on mathematical intuition, something which I'm not very good at. I took this course because 6 years ago I was asked to build a tagger for addresses from all over the world. At the time I had no experience in NLP, but by working through some scientific papers I was able to build a system that is still operational today. No doubt that if I were to do this over, I'd do a much better job, but the t... I am a DevOps professional from Belgium with +20 years of experience. I thought the course material was very well structured, and the quantity was just good. The lectures were absolutely top: I thoroughly enjoyed the calm and relaxed way intricate and sometimes difficult topics were explained. Also the format of the programming assignments was brilliant: it's not easy to find a method to rate the performance of implementations in any programming language possible. I had more difficulties with the Quizzes, which I think in many cases were based on mathematical intuition, something which I'm not very good at. I took this course because 6 years ago I was asked to build a tagger for addresses from all over the world. At the time I had no experience in NLP, but by working through some scientific papers I was able to build a system that is still operational today. No doubt that if I were to do this over, I'd do a much better job, but the things I learned then came in handy now. I learned that mathematical language is extremely concise compared to a mainstream programming language. And much much more ...
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10/10 starsCompleted
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4 years, 2 months ago
Absolutely great course. Quizes and programming assignments were adequately difficult, not too much stress. Both teachers were interesting to listen to, definitely the guys know to share their knowledge. Many thanks to them, I give 5 out 5 stars.
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5 years, 10 months ago
1\. Prof. Collins excellent presentation on the subject matter 2\. Obvious effort to explain every little detail without losing us into a mathematical abyss, and the effort was fruitful 3\. Well presented assignment that makes you think twice on the subject 4\. Excellent support from TA Alexander on the forums, we couldn't make it seamlessly without You 5\. Colleagues on the forum are very helpful, very enthusiastic and they are a lot to mention here A golden-standard course if I may say.
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