Dear readers, If you have some great content that you would like to share with your peers, we have some great news for you. From now onwards, we will be accepting high quality guest blog posts for publishing in the NLPPeople blog on a paid basis. There are only two requirements to the content we
We are thrilled to announce a major NLP People design and functionality upgrade. Please check out the bunch of new features we have rolled out for you: Responsive, modern and clean design Improved job listing presentation (with comprehensive companies’ info) Easy ‘Apply with LinkedIn’ functionality (for applicable jobs) Configurable job alerts Job bookmarking Save job
A light-weight review of the Andrew Ng’s course at Coursera is available in our Journal. Enjoy the reading and don’t hesitate to initiate discussion. The publication is available at https://nlppeople.com/index.php/publications/articles/170-review-of-the-andrew-ng-s-machine-learning-course
New publication: Leveraging university knowledge to the real world workflow Irina Popova, a recent NLP graduate is sharing her experience on her first attempt to work with machine translation technology in the real-world environment. You can find full article at this link.
New publication A couple of months ago we celebrated one year since the NLP People project launch. We have accumulated a great amount of curious job-related information that we are sharing with you in our new publication: “NLP job statistics: one year after the launch”. The primary goal of this article is to extract insights
New publication: the Problem with the AI Spring: where the hiring is coming from? Nick Gallimore, a professional IT recruiter with many years of experience is sharing his thoughts on current trends in artificial intelligence job market in article called The problem with the AI spring: where the hiring is coming from? You can
Create your user profile We are glad to announce the long-expected feature for NLP People : a user profile. It will facilitate your job search process, make your job applications easier and increase your chances to find your next dream job! Briefly, below is the list of available features for registered users: sign
New publication We continue supporting the Coursera.org initiatives providing access to world-class educational courses. Few weeks ago we published a review of the Columbia University course on the Natural Language Processing and got positive feedback from our readers. Now it is time to present another course called “Introduction to Data Science” taught by Professor Bill Howe (University of Washington) that
Interview with Arianna Bisazza is online Check what one of the most promising young researchers working in the machine translation field tells about her career path and what she thinks about the future of MT and NLP in general. The interview can be found at this link.