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Computational Linguistics Village

Ever wonder how Google Translate works? It's computational linguistics! Join us here and learn all about it and more. Jim White will be our guide. Enjoy!

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Latest Activity: May 6, 2018

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Tags: carey, codetown, computational, jim, translation

Started by Michael Levin Sep 25, 2012.

What is Computational Linguistics? 4 Replies

Jim, this is your cue! From what you've described, we're all more involved in Computational Linguistics than we think. When a call is "recorded for training purposes", when you use voice activation,…Continue

Tags: voice, activation, linguistics, white, Jim

Started by Michael Levin. Last reply by Michael Levin Nov 25, 2011.

Technologies that support Computational Linguistics

Jim, What are some technologies (for lack of a better word) that "support" compuational linguistics. These might include algorithms, recording techniques, data lookups. There's a whole body of…Continue

Tags: voice, linguistics, computational

Started by Michael Levin Oct 25, 2011.

Examples of Computational Linguistics

Jim, You described to me some shining examples of computational linguistics, such as Google Voice. What are the most active, popular examples?

Tags: voice, linguistics, computational

Started by Michael Levin Oct 25, 2011.

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