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Natural language processing (NLP)

NLP is a discipline that is concerned with the computer-assisted automation of certain aspects of the human language. It has grown spectacularly in the last few years as a result of the great strides made in artificial intelligence and is ubiquitous in our daily lives. Indeed, search engines, automatic translation systems and the intelligent personal assistant of cell phones all stem from research performed in the area of NLP.

Besides these well-known examples, there are many less widespread applications of this discipline that can improve the productivity of your enterprise, either through the automation of certain tasks or through the extraction of relevant information concealed within the mass of information of your enterprise.

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Upcoming event

  • R-D Seminar - Towards coherent, fluent and context-appropriate Natural Language Generation systems
    24 April 2018 11:00
    CRIM (405, avenue Ogilvy, bureau 101, Montréal)
    A presentation by Jad Kabbara, scholarship student within the Speech and Text team at CRIM, and Ph.D. candidate at the School of Computer Science at McGill University.
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  • Prochain Séminaire R-D au CRIM la semaine prochaine. C'est un rendez-vous!! https://t.co/HWQS96M7Fh
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Recent Publications

  • Towards Automatic Feature Extraction for Activity Recognition from Wearable Sensors: A Deep Learning Approach

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  • État des lieux des technologies web

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