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Content by David Talby

David Talby is a chief technology officer at John Snow Labs, helping healthcare & life science companies put AI to good use. David is the creator of Spark NLP – the world’s most widely used natural language processing library in the enterprise. He has extensive experience building and running web-scale software platforms and teams – in startups, for Microsoft’s Bing in the US and Europe, and to scale Amazon’s financial systems in Seattle and the UK. David holds a PhD in computer science and master’s degrees in both computer science and business administration.

State-of-the-Art Natural Language Processing with Apache Spark NLP

This session teaches how & why to use the open-source Spark NLP library. Spark NLP provides state-of-the-art accuracy, speed, and scalability for language understanding by delivering production-grade implementations of recent...

Automating PHI Removal from Healthcare Data With Natural Language Processing

Under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), minimum necessary standard, HIPAA-covered entities (such as health systems and insurers) are required to make reasonable efforts to ensure that access to...

NLP Insider LIVE: Building Open-Source Large Language Models

Welcome to our latest #NLPInsider LIVE show! Today, I’m excited to chat with Stella Biderman, Lead Scientist and Mathematician at Booz Allen Hamilton. She has done extensive research on large...

NLP Insider LIVE: Building Models for Biomedical Language Understanding

Welcome to another NLP Insider Live Show.  Today, I am very exited to welcome Natalia Vassilieva, Director of Product at Celebras Systems. Celebras Systems is a computer system company dedicated...

NLP Insider LIVE: NLP for translational medicine

Welcome to our latest #NLPInsider LIVE show! Today, we're excited to chat with Yanshan Wang, Vice Chair of Research and Assistant Professor at University of Pittsburgh. We’ll talk about NLP...