This textbook explains Deep Learning Architecture, with applications to various NLP Tasks, including Document Classification, Machine Translation, Language Modeling, and Speech Recognition. With the widespread adoption of deep learning, natural language processing (NLP),and speech applications in many areas (including Finance, Healthcare, and Government) there is a growing need for one comprehensive resource that maps deep learning techniques to NLP and speech and provides insights into using the tools and libraries for real-world applications. Deep Learning for NLP and Speech Recognition explains recent deep learning methods applicable to NLP and speech, provides state-of-the-art approaches, and offers real-world case studies with code to provide hands-on experience.
Many books focus on deep learning theory or deep learning for NLP-specific tasks while others are cookbooks for tools and libraries, but the constant flux of new algorithms, tools, frameworks, and libraries in a rapidly evolving landscape means that there are few available texts that offer the material in this book.
The book is organized into three parts, aligning to different groups of readers and their expertise. The three parts are:
Machine Learning, NLP, and Speech Introduction
The first part has three chapters that introduce readers to the fields of NLP, speech recognition, deep learning and machine learning with basic theory and hands-on case studies using Python-based tools and libraries.
Deep Learning Basics
The five chapters in the second part introduce deep learning and various topics that are crucial for speech and text processing, including word embeddings, convolutional neural networks, recurrent neural networks and speech recognition basics. Theory, practical tips, state-of-the-art methods, experimentations and analysis in using the methods discussed in theory on real-world tasks.
Advanced Deep Learning Techniques for Text and Speech
The third part has five chapters that discuss the latest and cutting-edge research in the areas of deep learning that intersect with NLP and speech. Topics including attention mechanisms, memory augmented networks, transfer learning, multi-task learning, domain adaptation, reinforcement learning, and end-to-end deep learning for speech recognition are covered using case studies.
|Publisher:||Springer International Publishing|
|Edition description:||1st ed. 2019|
|Product dimensions:||7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Uday Kamath has more than 20 years of experience architecting and building analytics-based commercial solutions. He currently works as the Chief Analytics Officer at Digital Reasoning, one of the leading companies in AI for NLP and Speech Recognition, heading the Applied Machine Learning research group. Most recently, Uday served as the Chief Data Scientist at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, building machine learning products and solutions for the financial industry, focused on fraud, compliance, and cybersecurity. Uday has previously authored many books on machine learning such as Machine Learning: End-to-End guide for Java developers: Data Analysis, Machine Learning, and Neural Networks simplified and Mastering Java Machine Learning: A Java developer's guide to implementing machine learning and big data architectures. Uday has published many academic papers in different machine learning journals and conferences. Uday has a Ph.D. in Big Data Machine Learning and was one of the first in generalized scaling of machine learning algorithms using evolutionary computing.
John Liu spent the past 22 years managing quantitative research, portfolio management and data science teams. He is currently CEO of Intelluron Corporation, an emerging AI-as-a-service solution company. Most recently, John was head of data science and data strategy as VP at Digital Reasoning. Previously, he was CIO of Spartus Capital, a quantitative investment firm in New York. Prior to that, John held senior executive roles at Citigroup, where he oversaw the portfolio solutions group that advised institutional clients on quantitative investment and risk strategies; at the Indiana Public Employees pension, where he managed the $7B public equities portfolio; at Vanderbilt University, where he oversaw the $2B equity and alternative investment portfolios; and at BNP Paribas, where he managed the US index options and MSCI delta-one trading desks. He is known for his expertise in reinforcement learning applied to investment management and has authored numerous papers and book chapters on topics including natural language processing, representation learning, systemic risk, asset allocation, and EM theory. In 2016, John was named Nashville's Data Scientist of the Year. He earned his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and is a CFA Charterholder.
James (Jimmy) Whitaker manages Applied Research at Digital Reasoning. He currently leads deep learning developments in speech analytics in the FinTech space, and has spent the last 4 years building machine learning applications for NLP, Speech Recognition, and Computer Vision. He received his masters in Computer Science from the University of Oxford, where he received a distinction for his application of machine learning in the field of Steganalysis after completing his undergraduate degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Christian Brothers University. Prior to his work in deep learning, Jimmy worked as a concept engineer and risk manager for complex transportation initiatives.
Table of Contents
Notation xv.- Part 1: Machine Learning, NLP, and Speech Introduction.- Chapter 1 Introduction 1.- Chapter 2 Basics of Machine Learning 2.- Chapter 3 Text and Speech Basics 49.- Part 2: Deep Learning Basics.- Chapter 4 Basics of Deep Learning 105.- Chapter 5 Distributed Representations 213.- Chapter 6 Convolutional Neural Networks 275.- Chapter 7 Recurrent Neural Networks 329.- Chapter 8 Automatic Speech Recognition 387.- Part 3: Advance Deep Learning Techniques for Text and Speech.- Chapter 9 Attention and Memory Augmented Networks 429.- Chapter 10 Transfer learning: Scenarios, Self-Taught Learning, and Multitask Learning 485.- Chapter 11 Transfer Learning: Domain Adaptation 515.- Chapter 12 End-to-end Speech Recognition 559.- Chapter 13 Deep Reinforcement Learning for Text and Speech 601.- Future Outlook 647.