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hmghaly/README.md

Hi there 👋

  • Hi! I'm a full-stack AI developer. I do full-stack (Frontend: Javascript/JQuery; Backend: Python/PHP - MySQL, SQLite, Shelves, flat files), and I also build ML/DL models for AI applications (using mainly PyTorch and sklearn). I design and implement web-based data collection workflows, to build web interfaces to collect data and annotations from humans, and train ML models with these. Using these models and interfaces, I build web-based AI applications to recognize and classify new data entered by users. I did this as part of my PhD dissertation. You may also check my new project on Arabic Alphabet Recognition here.

  • 🔭 I’m currently working on a number of projects: Parsing, Word Alignment, Arabic NLP, multilingual speech/phoneme recogniton and Machine Translation

  • 🌱 I’m currently learning speech signal processing

  • 👯 I’m looking to collaborate on speech, parsing and NLP

  • 🤔 I’m looking for help with comparing speech signals from different speakers

  • 💬 Ask me about how to collect data for a new ML project, and how to handle the hassle of Amazon Mechanical Turk

  • 📫 How to reach me: hmghaly (at gmail dot com)

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  1. A suite of python tools to manipulate Praat software, running it with certain inputs and processing its textgrid file formats

    Python

  2. Tutorial codes

    Python

  3. Different tools for working with treebanks, parse trees and parsers

    Python

  4. The code we use for methods 2 course

    Jupyter Notebook

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