Natural Language Generation - What Can You Develop in the Next 3 Years

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Natural Language Generation - What Can You Develop in the Next 3 Years

In this video Justin Pounders, Director of Machine Learning and AI Research at Prolego, breaks down natural language generation (NLG) into its most basic components and describes how you can begin building out these components in your business. (And, no, it doesn’t depend on GPT-3!) He describes how NLG depends critically on two questions (WHAT you want to say and HOW you say it), the types of data you can feed into NLG systems, and a development path for being able to summarize multiple sources of data in plain English.

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