A Complete Guide to Natural Language Processing
This comprehensive guide covers multiple questions including; What is Natural Language Processing? Why does NLP matter? What is NLP used for? Top NLP techniques, six important NLP Models and more
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This is an introductory book about developing ML algorithms. You will learn to diagnose errors in an ML project, prioritize the most promising directions, work within complex settings like mismatched training/test sets, and know when and how to apply various techniques.
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Download the course slides for the Natural Language Processing (NLP) specialization. A specialization that teaches you how to design NLP applications that perform question-answering and sentiment analysis, create tools to translate languages, summarize text, and even build chatbots.
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This is a series of long-form tutorials that supplement what you learned in the Deep Learning Specialization. With interactive visualizations, these tutorials will help you build intuition about foundational deep learning concepts like initializing neural networks and parameter optimization.
Initialization can have a significant impact on convergence in training deep neural networks. Simple initialization schemes have been found to accelerate training, but they require some care to avoid common pitfalls. In this post, we'll explain how to initialize neural network parameters effectively.
Training a machine learning model is a matter of closing the gap between the model's predictions and the observed training data labels. But optimizing the model parameters isn't so straightforward. Through interactive visualizations, we'll help you develop your intuition for setting up and solving this optimization problem.
In these slides, Andrew Ng shares the skills he sees as fundamental to the next generation of machine learning practitioners.