Modern Deep Learning Techniques Applied to Natural Language Processing
This project contains an overview of recent trends in deep learning based natural language processing (NLP). It covers the theoretical descriptions and implementation details behind deep learning models, such as recurrent neural networks (RNNs), convolutional neural networks (CNNs), and reinforcement learning, used to solve various NLP tasks and applications. The overview also contains a summary of state of the art results for NLP tasks such as machine translation, question answering, and dialogue systems. You can find the learning resource at the following address: https://nlpoverview.com/. A snapshot of the website is provided below:
About this project
The main motivations for this project are as follows:
- Maintain an up-to-date learning resource that integrates important information related to NLP research, such as:
- state of the art results
- emerging concepts and applications
- new benchmark datasets
- code/dataset releases
- Create a friendly and open resource to help guide researchers and anyone interested to learn about modern techniques applied to NLP
- A collaborative project where expert researchers can suggest changes (e.g., incorporate SOTA results) based on their recent findings and experimental results
Table of Contents
- Distributed Representation
- Convolutional Neural Networks
- Recurrent Neural Networks
- Recursive Neural Networks
- Deep Reinforced Models and Deep Unsupervised Learning
- Memory-Augmented Networks
- Performance of Different Models on Different NLP Tasks
How to Contribute?
There are various ways to contribute to this project. Refer to the issue section to learn more about how you can help. Or you can make suggestions by submitting a new issue. More detailed instructions coming soon.
Here are a few important suggestions received from the community on Twitter and GitHub:
- Adding sections on language models such as
- Add section on
Build site locally
If you are planning to change some aspect of the site (e.g., adding section or style) and want to preview it locally on your machine, we suggest you to build and run the site locally using
jekyll. Here are the instructions:
- First, check that
Ruby 2.1.0or higher is installed on your computer. You can check using the
ruby --versioncommand. If not, please install it using the instructions provided here.
- After ensuring that Ruby is installed, install Bundler using
gem install bundler.
- Clone this repo locally:
git clone https://github.com/omarsar/nlp_overview.git
- Navigate to the repo folder with
- Install Jekyll:
- Run the Jekyll site locally:
bundle exec jekyll serve
- Preview site on the browser at
This project is maintained by Elvis Saravia and Soujanya Poria. You can also find me on Twitter if you have any direct comments or questions. A major part of this project have been directly borrowed from the work of Young et al. (2017). We are thankful to the authors.