Natural Language Processing & Java

This session will cover the basics of Natural Language Processing. We will see the basics of Named Entity Recognition, Sentiment Analysis and other basic features of NLP.

 
 

Outline/structure of the Session

In the session,

- we will cover the basics of NLP

- Basics of Parts of Speech

-  Introduction to GATE, ANNIE and JAPE.

- Demo on Information Extraction from a sample document using Java and GATE

Learning Outcome

Learn basics of NLP using Java

Target Audience

Developers interested in knowing the basics of NLP

Requirements

Open mind !

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