NLTK: learning platform for building Python programs to work with human language data.
From Zero to HiPerGator: UF provides interfaces to interact with the system, manage data, initialize computation, and view the results.
I'm the natural language processing (NLP) specialist at Academic Research Consulting and Services (ARCS) department at Health Science Center Library (HSCL). I offer NLP consultations (e.g., training methods, datasets, papers, theories, etc.) and do collaborative research that uses NLP in different domains. My background is in theoretical linguistics and computer science, and I'm interested in research for a better understanding of human languages and NLP-related applications. One sets the foundations which inspire me to explore the human capacity of language, and the other empowers me with more tools for conducting research. I'm grateful that I had some opportunities to work on many different languages using machine learning methods such as Nepal Bhasa, Cantonese, Mandarin, English, and Korean.
Check out the slides of a friendly AI Introduction for Library Settings by our ARCS-AI team.
As the NLP specialist, I Can:
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