Natural Language Processing / Computational Linguistics

Language Technologies Institute
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University

Natural Language Processing (NLP) researchers study fundamental problems in automating textual and linguistic analysis, generation, representation, and acquisition. While NLP is applied in a huge variety of language technologies, NLP researchers focus on cross-cutting techniques. The closely related field of Computational Linguistics (CL) aims to model aspects of the human language faculty using formal computational models (of both symbolic and statistical varieties), with the aim of understanding the nature of language as a phenomenon.

Carnegie Mellon boasts one of the world's largest and most diverse collection of NLP/CL researchers, courses, and research projects.

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