- Above: An example of a sentence being parsed by SyntaxNet’s Parsey McParseface from Google.
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@VentureBeat: “Google open-sources SyntaxNet, a natural-language understanding library for TensorFlow”
Google today is open-sourcing SyntaxNet, a piece of natural-language understanding (NLU) software that you can use to automatically parse sentences, as part of its TensorFlow open source machine learning library. The release includes code for training new models, as well as a pre-trained model for parsing English-language text.
Google open-sources SyntaxNet, a natural-language understanding library for TensorFlow | VentureBeat | Big Data | by Jordan Novet