SkillsCast coming soon.
Statistical Machine Translation is the task of translating natural languages using statistical models. Aurelien is introducing Scala and Spark into his translation pipeline and finding it a good fit for many of the problems faced. You will learn about the Scala based rule extractor, how Spark makes extracting data about N-grams trivial, and Aurelien's experience using Spark with deep learning frameworks.
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Scala and Statistical Machine Translation
Aurelien is a research scientist at SDL Research, specialising in Machine Translation. He completed his Ph.D at the University of Cambridge under the supervision of Prof. Bill Byrne