NLP

Datacast Episode 18: NLP at Crisis Text Line with Ankit Gupta

Datacast Episode 18: NLP at Crisis Text Line with Ankit Gupta

Ankit Gupta is a data scientist at Crisis Text Line, a New York-based not-for-profit tech startup providing 24/7 free text-based crisis support to individuals. At Crisis Text Line, Ankit developed an AI-driven triage system that detects signals of suicidality within the first few messages sent by texters. Using the triage system, the counselors can serve 93% of at-risk texters in under five minutes.

Datacast Episode 11: Psychology and Neuroscience in Data Science with Francisco Carrera Arias

Datacast Episode 11: Psychology and Neuroscience in Data Science with Francisco Carrera Arias

Francisco Carrera Arias, B.S. is currently a data scientist/analyst for MotionPoint Corporation and a research assistant for the Clinical Systems Biology group at Nova Southeastern University. His current work entails performing a variety of data analyses to better inform business decisions as well as using discrete logic to analyze complex biological regulatory networks for the purposes of identifying and simulating treatment courses for chronic illnesses such as Gulf War Illness.

The 7 NLP Techniques That Will Change How You Communicate in The Future (Part II)

The 7 NLP Techniques That Will Change How You Communicate in The Future (Part II)

From machine translation that connects humans across cultures, to conversational chatbots that help with customer service; from sentiment analysis that deeply understands a human’s mood, to attention mechanisms that can mimic our visual attention, the field of NLP is too expansive to cover completely, so I’d encourage you to explore it further, whether through online courses, blog tutorials, or research papers.

The 7 NLP Techniques That Will Change How You Communicate in The Future (Part I)

The 7 NLP Techniques That Will Change How You Communicate in The Future (Part I)

NLP is certainly one of the most important technologies of the information age. Understanding complex language utterances is also a crucial part of artificial intelligence. Fully understanding and representing the meaning of language is an extremely difficult goal. Why? Because the human language is quite special.