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NLP course slides

Ben Ben Follow Oct 21, 2020 · 1 min read
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Whew, a bit of a delay here, kind of a crazy time (for everyone, I’m sure).

I just cleaned up and posted the slides from my NLP course on github, check them all out here.

This includes everything! If you’re interested in a specific topic, here’s each week and a link to the specific set of slides:

1) History of NLP and tokenization slides notebook

2) From tokens to vectors slides notebook

3) Bringing in context (RNNs/LSTMs) slides notebook

4) Attention and transformers slides notebook

5) Scoping an NLP project slides notebook

6) Use-cases in NLP slides notebook

7) Ethics and bias in NLP slides notebook

So there you have it! Let me know if you have any thoughts on these materials, I’m always open to discussion/comments/suggestions.

Written by Ben Follow
I am the type of person who appreciates the telling of a great story. As a data scientist, I am interested in using AI to understand, explore and communicate across borders and boundaries. My focus is on Natural Language Processing and the amazing ways it can help us understand each other and our world. The material on this blog is meant to share my experiences and understandings of complex technologies in a simple way, focused on application.