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Google’s little cousin specialized in computational linguistics.
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Sentiment analysis is the automatic use and elaboration of natural language, to identify and extract subjective information form different on-line sources. It is widely employed to analyse social media reputation of a variety of applications: from marketing to customer service. Sentiment analysis can be used in a number of fields, in this video you'll see… Continue reading Sentiment analysis
A Japanese recipe was translated, once with ELAN and once with Google Translate. A chef cooked the two translated recipes and served the different dishes to passersby.
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