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Google's Transformer: A Novelty to Language Understanding

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Machine translation is one of the main tasks that Natural Language Processing, especially Language Understanding, is trying to solve. The approach to machine translation has been the same for the past years: recurrent neural network architectures, sometimes coupled with attention mechanisms. Google now has come up with a new approach, the Transformer, that promises to improve machine translation by only using a self attention mechanism. If you have no idea what I am talking about, want to find out more, are bored on a Wednesday evening or you are forced to come to the talks, stay tuned for this presentation. I promise I’ll do my best.

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