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Natural Language Processing (NLP)

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Natural language processing (NLP) is an interdisciplinary domain which is concerned with understanding natural languages as well as using them to enable human–computer interaction. Natural languages are inherently complex and many NLP tasks are ill-posed for mathematically precise algorithmic solutions. With the advent of big data, data-driven approaches to NLP problems ushered in a new paradigm, where the complexity of the problem domain is effectively managed by using large datasets to build simple but high quality models.

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