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Computational Linguistics (CMPT 413)

Type
Undergraduate Studies
Institution
SFU
Professor / Instructor
Angel Chang
Dates
September 9, 2021 - December 7, 2021

This course examines the theoretical and applied problems of constructing and modelling systems, which aim to extract and represent the meaning of natural language sentences or of whole discourses, but drawing on contributions from the fields of linguistics, cognitive psychology, artificial intelligence and computing science. This course is an introduction to NLP and will cover algorithms and techniques for processing text (using probabilistic models and neural networks) as well as basic linguistic concepts.

You are applying for a $500 scholarship towards a qualifying course at one of our post-secondary education partners: BCIT, Northeastern University, SFU or UBC. Applicants must be either Canadian Citizens, BC permanent residents or working towards obtaining one of these.

Please only apply for this scholarship once you have been enrolled or waitlisted in an applicable course. We will be confirming all student details with instructors.

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To be eligible for this scholarship, you must be a woman (or identify as a woman), and currently live in BC, Canada. Do you meet both of these criteria?