Quantum computing startup Quantinuum has announced a collaboration with UCL and BBC to use natural language processing to search BBC archives.
Use of natural language processing is on the rise, aiding businesses in multiple ways.
The deal to buy ClearGraph accelerates Tableau’s plans to add natural language into its platform.
By leveraging the power of AI, ML, and NLP, businesses can enable real-time language translation and sentiment analysis to transform the way they engage with customers and operate.
Integrating NLP into your database can revolutionize the way your business utilizes language data.
The project is a step forward from Google’s current language model that supports 400 languages, and is aimed at preserving some of the languages that are spoken by less than one million people and may be in danger of extinction in the next few generations.
Northwestern University has built an AI workflow design to accelerate the process of reading and identifying radiology reports that require follow-ups.
Vectorized CPUs have been gestating for decades. Now they are emerging as the innovator’s choice as they use parallel CPU instructions when working on a single user’s workload.
The dataset will allow more automatic sign language understanding and translation. These technologies could be applied to applications such as virtual assistants and robotics.
Initial setup costs remain a barrier to market growth, as well as a lack of skilled professionals to implement NLP.