Questions tagged [natural-language-understanding]

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Easier to understand some foreign languages with a higher pitch

As a bit of background: I've native level in English and French, I can understand day to day discussions in German and Spanish and I'm able to understand what's going on in a conversations in Italian, ...
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Changing the input word embeddings from Glove to BERT for the dynamic memory network [closed]

I am interested in switching the input word embedding of the dynamic memory network (see here for an implementation) from Glove to BERT. However, I am new to NLP. I see from this github page that ...
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Where to start if you want to do Chomsky style NLP?

I am a computer science grad who has been fascinated by Chomsky's theory of language. I have been following his work and the others in his field. But I also want to try something on my own. The ...
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Carrying a mistake in a sentence until contradiction

I am new to the field of linguistics so please forgive any ignorance or naivety, but there is something I have been thinking about recently and cannot find anything about it online. I suppose there ...
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Should Estonian word endings be tokenized or lemmatized for natural language understanding?

In Estonian, "in London" is translated as "Londonis". Now if we want to apply natural language understanding to this, then should I tokenize "London" and "is" separately? Or should I lemmatize "...
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How far ahead we look when parsing and understanding text

Part of trying to understand how we mentally parse and understand text requires understanding how far ahead we look, which is what this question is about. I'm wondering how we understand how to ...