NLP - the speaking Avaatar of Artificial Intelligence

Sauvik Banerjjee, Global CTA, SAP
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Sauvik Banerjjee, Global CTA, SAP
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Last recorded, India stood at a population of 1.252 billion. 22 official languages, 1652 mother tongues, and a gazillion dialects make India perhaps linguistically the most diverse country in the world. And while we talk of jumping sharks over land and flying cows through blue skies with artificial intelligence, here's an avaatar that can actually make people talk to each other. Not like a Facebook talk to each other. But like a Punjabi, Hebrew and Bengali chat with each other despite each talking in their mother tongue! Sounds like gibberish? But that's exactly the kind of impact that NLP can affect. And it can do much more than just get people to chat.

But First, What Is NLP & Why Are People So Excited About It?

NLP exploration on our current digital planet has impacted in various forms in the voice to speech mode, in the form text to speech. The resultant output has been the voice searches on automobiles, and then of course the dictation mechanics of the software world. It became a popular framework when Apple introduced SIRI and Google introduced the YouTube voice search. What does it do? It took over the popular demographics amidst the technology enthusiasts and the kids community using SIRI.

Does NLP Only Help Mankind Cosmetically?

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