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16.11.2022 | digital – Speech processing by ai

Speech Processing by AI – How Words Become Numbers and Computers Understand Language

16.11.2022 – The last major breakthrough in language processing using AI came with the invention of “word vectors.” This clever learning method cleverly translates words from natural human language into number sequences that modern AI systems work with. Thus, great progress has been made recently in language tasks, e.g. comprehension and answering. In this IT Talk, we show very clearly how word vectors work and what amazing things suddenly become possible for AI systems with them.

Speakers: Dr. Darko Obradovic & Yves-Noel Weweler

About the talk

The talk on november 16th will start at 17:00 via digital MS Teams Meeting. the talk will be held in german language. The link will be send a view days before the Talk.

Learn more about the speaker here:

Dr. Darko Obradovic

Dr. Darko Obradovic has been a product manager at Insiders since 2015 and is head of development in the area of artificial intelligence (AI). The focus of his work is Deep Learning for image and text understanding as well as Natural Language Processing (NLP). As a lecturer for Data Science and Web Mining, he also teaches computer science students at TUK and has been co-supervisor of numerous theses in the field of AI with a focus on practical relevance.

Yves-Noel Weweler

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