IntroductionAfter looking at a lot of Java/JVM based NLP libraries listed on Awesome AI/ML/DL I decided to pick the Apache OpenNLP library. One of the reasons comes from the fact another developer (who had a look at it previously) recommended it. Besides, it’s an Apache project, they have been great supporters of F/OSS Java projects for the last two decades or so (see Wikipedia). It also goes without saying that Apache OpenNLP is backed by the Apache 2.0 license, read more…
Monthly Archives: November 2019
Applying NLP in Java, all from the command-line
IntroductionWe are all aware of Machine Learning tools and cloud services that work via the browser and give us an interface we can use to perform our day-to-day data analysis, model training, and evaluation, and other tasks to various degrees of efficiencies….
Originally published at blogs.valohai.com: Applying NLP in Java, all from the command-line
Running Apache Zeppelin on the cloud
This post is going to be a composition of the practical parts of two posts, one written late last year and the other a couple of months ago respectively. The posts being Apache Zeppelin: stairway to notes* haven! (late Dec 2018) and Running your JuPyTer notebooks on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (early September 2019). Although this time we are going to make Apache Zeppelin run on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure….