Jan.21: First Meeting & Introductions
Jan.28: RegEx, Swamphacks Presentations, project signups
Feb.4: Word Tokenization and Intro to Machine Learning
Feb.11: Word Normalization, Sentence Segmentation, N-grams
Feb. 18: Linguistics Spotlight and Word Normalization Practice
Feb. 21: Board Game Social
Feb. 25: Sentence Segmentation and Lexicon
Mar. 10: Elections and Jurafsky
Mar. 17: Sentiment Analysis
Mar. 24: Neural Networks Preview and Sign Language Glove
Mar. 30: Roller Skating Social
Apr. 7: Sign Language Glove and Year in Review Open Forum
Projects for Spring 2016
Sign Language Glove
Random Sentence Generation using Markov Chains
Basic Sentiment Analysis
Microsoft Speakers --DATE: Jan.27—- TOPIC: Informal Discussion on NLP
Dr. Amanda Hicks --DATE: Nov.12-- TOPIC: Ontologies in Healthcare
Dr. Benjamin Lok --DATE: Nov.19-- TOPIC: NLP Implementation in Virtual Humans
Dr. Kristy Hollingshead --DATE: Dec.10-- TOPIC: Presentation at the IHMC
Powerpoints and other resources we use during meetings
Building a glove that uses machine learning to translate the American Sign Language Alphabet from the user’s hand to a computer application
Image Credit: http://www.clker.com/clipart-map-symbols-sign-language-interpretation-black.html
Building an automated twitter bot that utilizes Natural Language Processing to generate tweets throughout the day.
Using Natural Language Processing to create word clouds. This project may have added complexity such as shape and color of the cloud.
Image Credit: https://gistikcom.files.wordpress.com/
Coding a basic sentiment analysis to classify specific articles or posts as happy or sad.
Image Credit: http://www.clker.com/cliparts/R/5/G/v/Q/J/theatre-masks-md.png
Generating random sentences that are based on a source text using a Markov Chain model.
We want to say THANKS!
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The Florida Tech Toybox is a not for profit in Gainesville that has supported the Computational Linguistics Club by donating time in their community makerspace.