Hashthink has developed various Natural Language Processing (NLP) model to encompass a wide range of techniques and tasks that enable computers to understand, interpret, and generate human language. NLP can be broadly categorized into several types based on the nature of the tasks involved. Here are some of the NLP types we strive at:

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  • Text Classification
    Text classification involves categorizing text into predefined classes or categories. It is often used for tasks like spam detection, sentiment analysis, topic classification, and intent recognition.
  • Named Entity Recognition (NER)
    NER is the process of identifying and classifying named entities in text, such as names of people, organizations, locations, dates, and other specific entities.
  • Part-of-Speech Tagging (POS)
    POS tagging involves assigning grammatical parts of speech (e.g., noun, verb, adjective) to each word in a sentence.
  • Sentiment Analysis
    Sentiment analysis determines the emotional tone of a piece of text, classifying it as positive, negative, or neutral.
  • Language Translation
    Language translation involves converting text from one language to another, often using machine translation techniques.
  • Question Answering
    Question answering systems read a question posed in natural language and provide relevant answers based on the given context or a knowledge base.
  • Text Generation
    Text generation involves creating human-like text based on a given prompt or context. It can be used for chatbots, language models, and content creation.
  • Text Summarization
    Text summarization aims to generate concise and coherent summaries of longer text passages, which can be useful for condensing information.
  • Language Understanding
    This refers to the ability of NLP systems to understand and interpret natural language instructions or user queries.
  • Language Generation
    Language generation focuses on creating coherent and contextually appropriate responses or text in a human-like manner.
  • Speech Recognition
    Though not strictly part of written language processing, speech recognition is related to NLP as it involves converting spoken language into written text.
  • Text Preprocessing
    Text preprocessing involves cleaning, normalizing, and preparing text data for further analysis or modelling, often including tasks like tokenization, stemming, and removing stop words.
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