LING 529 - Human Language Technology I

This class serves as an introduction to human language technology (HLT), an emerging interdisciplinary field that encompasses most subdisciplines of linguistics, as well as computational linguistics, natural language processing, computer science, artificial intelligence, psychology, philosophy, mathematics, and statistics. Content includes a combination of theoretical and applied topics such as (but not limited to) tokenization across languages, n-grams, word representations, basic probability theory, introductory programming, and version control.