LN4004: Machine Translation and Other NLP applications

Module leader: Dr. Georgiana Marsic
Semester: 2

The module explores the main theoretical and practical aspects of many Natural Language Processing (NLP) applications, including Machine Translation (MT), i.e., the use of computers in translation, as well as many other language technologies such as Question Answering, Information Extraction, Text Summarisation, Text Retrieval, Text Simplification, Web/Opinion Mining, Dialogue Systems and Speech Recognition.

The students familiarise themselves with popular language processing software, look at freely available solutions and learn the rational and main applications of such software.

On the successful completion of the module students will be able to demonstrate:

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