Natural Language Processing & Artificial Intelligence Lab
Our NLP & AI Laboratory, which opened in 2008 as the BLP laboratory, is located at Korea University College of Education. Our lab is under the guidance of Professor Lim Huiseok, with members conducting a variety of researches and developing new innovations for a brighter future in the academic field and society.
2008 – Laboratory was founded under the Department of Computer Science Education by Professor Heuiseok Lim under the name of Brain-neuro Processing Lab.
2009 – Students Yu WonHui, Ji HyeSung, Yang YeongWook have joined the lab.
2010 – Student Jo Jaechoon has joined the lab.
2011 – 4 students have earned their Masters Degree(Yu WonHui, Ji HyeSung, Yang YeongWook, Jo Jaechoon)
2015 – Merged to the Department of Computer Science
2017 – Laboratory name was changed to Natural Language Processing & Artificial Intelligence Lab from Brain-neuro Processing Lab.
What is Natural Language Processing?
What is Artificial Intelligence?
Numerical data that is represented in a computer is mainly used to conduct high speed operation called Machine Learning. However, in the 21st century information era, various use of a computers’ high speed operations have arisen, such as; multimedia data processing and intelligent human-centric interfaces. Due to the complex nature of the human brains computers are easier to manipulate to do complex task. With this realization computers are essentially easier to use then a human being. To compensate for this gap between human beings and computers, the rise of artificial intelligence has been implemented within in computers using natural language processing. Natural language processing consists of information that can be easily interpreted by a human being to communicate with a computer. For this to occur, the neurons within the brain must be processed by the computer in a way that the computer can understand, and vise-versa. From a language model we can then better understand the human brain and the complex neural-networks that occur within the brain and thus convert these cognitive abilities and process into a computer. Thus, the study of computer-based human language will be the technical achievement in the 21st century.
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