Patterns in Language
Session
Regular Academic Session
Class Number
10642
Career
Undergraduate
Units
4 units
Grading
CAS Graded
Description
Can machines think? Do patterns in online searches predict the spread of the flu? Did Shakespeare really write that sonnet? Scientists use patterns in language to answer these questions, using the same concepts that underlie search engines, automatic translators, speech recognition, spell-checkers, and auto-correction tools. Focuses on the technological and linguistic ideas behind these applications and offers hands-on experience and insight into how they work. No programming experience required.
Notes
The lecture component of this course will be online and asynchronous, and the recitation (you need only register for one) will be online and synchronous. For more information, visit: http://champollion.com/patterns/
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Class Details
Instructor(s)
Lucas Champollion
Meets
TBA
Dates
09/02/2020 - 12/13/2020
Room
Online Loc: Distance Learning/Asynchronous
Instruction Mode
Online
Campus
Washington Square
Location
Distance Learning/Asynchronous
Components
Lecture Required, Recitation Required
Class Availability
Status
Open