Natural Language Processing in TensorFlow

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r/datasets • comment
1 points • Amish_Warlord

Sounds like you want Natural Language Processing, a subset of Machine Learning. Doing it with any degree of specificity can take a whole team months of work if someone hasn't already built a model you can piggyback off of, which is why any company that you talked to had a large sticker price. Coursera is fantastic with all things Machine Learning, so this course is probably good. You might learn enough to get something done, but in all likelihood you'll need to contract a team out to do what you're asking.

r/LanguageTechnology • comment
1 points • stepthom