Founder at Thought Vector
Stuart Axelbrooke is the Founder of Thought Vector in Seattle. He provides machine learning and natural language processing solutions that power large-scale text understanding and decision making.
2020-01-28 — Next NLSea meetup announced: Language Models and Transformers
- 2019-12-09 — Blog post published: Subword Tokenization - Handling Misspellings and Multilingual Data
- 2019-12-04 — NLSea video published: Subword Tokenization
Taggit - Auto Tagging as a Service
With Taggit's topic auto tagging, you can automatically detect and count any topic you can tag in text. By auto tagging text topics, you can lower feedback categorization costs, stack rank problems by impact, and monitor known problems and ensure resolution.
Phrase - Blazing Fastest Phrase Extraction
Phrase is a CLI tool and server for learning significant phrase/term models from unlabeled text data, and efficiently identifying those phrases in new text. It uses Rust, dataset partitioning, and mutual information to learn the highest quality phrases quickly.
NLSea - Seattle Natural Language Processing Meetup
NLSea is a special interest group of Puget Sound Python focused on application of natural language processing (NLP). The event is for NLP practitioners as well as those wanting to get into the field. We cover modern applications of NLP, including project briefs as well as recent important research papers.