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Sunday, August 07, 2016

Linguistics at Google

Google research writes about what they are doing in computational linguistics.  As it implies 'computational' means linguistics applied and delivered in systems.    A very important topic in a world where cognitive systems need to understand us and be understood by us.  A look at the upcoming ACL (Association for Computational Linguistics)  meeting and papers being given. Worth following.  

" ... Our systems are used in numerous ways across Google, impacting user experience in search, mobile, apps, ads, translate and more. Our work spans the range of traditional NLP tasks, with general-purpose syntax and semantic algorithms underpinning more specialized systems.
Our researchers are experts in natural language processing and machine learning, and combine methodological research with applied science, and our engineers are equally involved in long-term research efforts and driving immediate applications of our technology.  ... "   

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