Natural Language Processing in Objective-C

A session at CocoaConf PDX 2012

Saturday 27th October, 2012

4:00pm to 5:00pm (PST)

Apple has provided some truly remarkable language APIs in its frameworks. It's almost unfair how good they are, considering how most languages struggle just to handle Unicode correctly. From tokenizers and part-of-speech taggers, to transcription, data detectors, and document classification using latent semantic analysis; this session will cover the APIs as well as the linguistic theory behind them, so that you may leverage these insanely powerful technologies in your application.

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Mattt Thompson

Hacker from the Rustbelt

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Time 4:00pm5:00pm PST

Date Sat 27th October 2012

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  • NSHipster: Obscure Topics in Cocoa & Objective C

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