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Natural Language Communication (CS425)

Course description

Natural Language Communication (NLC) is the convergence of a diverse set of human language technologies that enable computer systems to interact reasonably with people in a natural and human-like way. NLC requires considering human language as the central part of communicative channel, where the computer should be able to perform a series of language processing actions: 1) It should correctly process our written or spoken utterances as input in order to respond accordingly; 2) It should allow...


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Graded, 1.0 Credit Units

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