One goal of AI work in natural language is to enable communication between people and computers without resorting to memorization of complex commands and procedures. Automatic translation – enabling scientists, business people and just plain folks to interact easily with people around the world – is another goal. Both are just part of the broad field of AI and natural language, along with the cognitive science aspect of using computers to study how humans understand language.
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IBM research contributed two platforms to this project. The RXN for chemistry uses natural language processing to automate synthetic chemistry and AI to make predictions about the success rate of the compounds used in the medicines. The company also uses an automated platform RoboRXN for molecule synthesis. The other company Arctoris used its automated platform Ulysses for the project which uses robots and digital data to conduct lab experiments in cell biology, molecular biology, and biophysics. And the experiments conducted by Ulysses generated 100 times more data in comparison to the industry-standard manual methods.
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If you are a student or a professional looking for various open-source Natural Language Processing (NLP) projects, then, this article is made to help you. The NLP projects listed below are categorized in an experience-wise manner. All of these projects can be implemented using Python. Text Summarizer is a project that can summarize long paragraphs of text into a single line summary. It can turn an article into a summary using Python and Keras library.
Regarding the issue of different languages, generally speaking, biomedical NLP targets the languages of the scientific literature and the language of documentation in electronic health records. For the former, while much of the scientific literature is in English, it definitely isn't all, and I have been involved with efforts to work on automatic machine translation specifically for scientific texts, specifically through the Workshop on Machine Translation Biomedical task. For the latter, a key challenge is the availability of data sets and resources for working with clinical texts in different languages; clinical texts are not easy to obtain in any language. However, there are ongoing efforts to make these available, for instance for Spanish, the Biomedical Text Mining Unit at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center has run several shared tasks on Spanish-language clinical texts, and I collaborated with a team to develop a deep learning-based NLP approach for named entity recognition in Spanish clinical narratives in that context. Another challenge is'translating' complex clinical terminology to more consumer-friendly language; we have also done some early work leveraging Wikipedia for that (called WikiUMLS).
Hyperautomation has pushed the boundaries of traditional automation capabilities. Rather than relying on a single technology or task automation, enterprises now can access a bundle of advanced technologies that enable process mining, intelligent business process management (iBPM), artificial intelligence (AI), robotic process automation (RPA), and machine learning (ML). It is about achieving the ideal technology process design to automate and provide a seamless customer experience. According to Coherent Market Insights, the global Hyperautomation market is set to exhibit a CAGR of nearly 18.9% during 2019-2027. This is understandable as organisations are adopting automation technologies to go beyond the routine and be innovative. Let's take a look at how Hyperautomation technologies change the way enterprises work?
The chatbot industry is rapidly expanding; its value was USD 17.17 billion in 2020 and is predicted to reach USD 102.29 billion by 2026, with a 34.75 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) over the forecasted period of 2021-2026. These Chatbots are powered by artificial intelligence, and they use natural language processing (NLP) to understand text-free and voice-based input from users and respond based on defined business logic, which is engaging for customers and contributes to a memorable customer experience by solving their needs and even adding value by making recommendations. Chatbots powered by artificial intelligence (AI) are redefining how businesses communicate with their customers. Following the chatbot industry trends will connect you with your customers in a terrific way, especially at this time when social messaging platforms are growing in popularity. Businesses can gain useful insights into user experience (UX) and be notified early about any issues or blockages that their consumers are experiencing by gathering data from chatbot chats.
The pandemic time impacted many aspects of both our private and professional lives. Without any doubt we all faced significant challenges while required immediately to move fully into remote working. We stopped working from the office, meeting our colleagues and clients face to face and stopped travelling. That sudden shift changed not only the way we work, but also changed all our daily activities both business and private ones and significantly reduced our social interactions in the real-world, impacting also our mental sphere. And probably not everyone was taking enough care about the right work-life-balance and activities to keep both physical and mental health.
The old school rule-based chatbots often gave a frustrating experience with their rigid conversation structure. These chatbots often don't register previous user interactions as they are powered by simple Machine Learning Technology called pattern making. The rule-based chatbots are trained to answer questions that are fed i.e. meaning you must ask questions with an exact word match that the chatbot is trained with. This is a thing of the past with new generation chatbots powered by Artificial Intelligence and NLP technologies. Natural Language Processing and Artificial Intelligence have progressed to a point where talking to a bot feels as natural as speaking to another person.
In Deep learning, a convolutional neural network (CNN) is a class of deep NN, that are typically used to recognize patterns present in images but they are also used for spatial data analysis, computer vision, natural language processing, signal processing, and various other purposes. The focus of this article is to demonstrate how do we use Convolutional layers as Fully connected layers or How to convert fully connected layers to Conv layers. I have tried to find relevant material on the internet, but only could find one research paper on this subject, so we will use that to build up on the theoretical part, then we will dive deep into the coding part. What is a Conv layer in Deep networks?. It's nothing but a convolution operation that is done on an image/input. Such an operation requires a kernel (matrix) with values to move on the image (which itself is converted into a matrix) with a set value of stride or steps performing an elementwise multiplication.