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Dec 17

Parsing English in 500 Lines of Python

This post explains how transition-based dependency parsers work, and argues that this algorithm represents a break-through in natural language understanding. A concise sample implementation is provided, in 500 lines of Python, with no external dependencies. This post was written in 2013. In 2015 this type of parser is now increasingly dominant.Read more →

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Dec 28

Explosion in 2019: Our Year in Review

As 2019 draws to a close and we step into the 2020s, we thought we’d take a look back at the year and all we’ve accomplished. And we realized we had so much that we could give you a month-by-month rundown of everything that happened.Read more →

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Dec 28

Explosion in 2019: Our Year in Review

As 2019 draws to a close and we step into the 2020s, we thought we’d take a look back at the year and all we’ve accomplished. And we realized we had so much that we could give you a month-by-month rundown of everything that happened.Read more →

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Nov 21

sense2vec reloaded: contextually-keyed word vectors

In 2016 we trained a sense2vec model on the 2015 portion of the Reddit comments corpus, leading to a useful library and one of our most popular demos. That work is now due for an update. In this post, we present a new version and a demo NER project that we trained to usable accuracy in just a few hours.Read more →

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