Natural language processing is a breakthrough technology that teaches computers how to understand and analyze human language. While the technology has come a long way (and is evolving more every day) this doesn’t mean we’re anywhere close to having conversations with our computers just yet.
The purpose of this article series is to explain artificial intelligence for non-technical readers. What is Artificial Intelligence (A.I.)? How does it work? What are the limitations of A.I.? And just as importantly, how can we prepare for A.I within our organization?
Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a form of artificial intelligence (A.I.) that allows computers to understand natural human language. Or at least, that’s the idea.
From what the name implies, this sounds like we’re about to bring robots like Hal 9000 or The Terminator into reality. But realistically, what we should expect are slightly stronger performances from A.I. powered devices, like Amazon’s Alexa or Google’s Assistant.
Artificial intelligence (A.I.) systems have prompted an exponential growth in the data collection efforts of companies across the world.
Right now, thousands of data-minded company leaders are investing in A.I. initiatives, and the appeals drawing them in makes sense.