Introduction to Natural Language Processing

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Introduction to Natural Language Processing

Speaker: Sebastian Castro | MIT CSAIL


A quick introduction to NLP, including popular approaches, models, and Python software packages.

Basic text preprocessing, search, and parsing

Representing text as features for statistical machine learning models

Deep learning with language, including word embeddings, Recurrent Neural Networks, and Transformers

Open source code

Sebastian Castro is a robotics software engineer at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), working on home service robotics research with the Toyota Human Support Robot (HSR). He was previously the primary technical contact for RoboCup and robotics education at MathWorks. Sebastian holds a B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University, with a focus on dynamics, systems, and controls for robotics applications.

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