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Natural Language Processing for the Creative Industries

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Learn how to use key coding techniques to support natural language processing for the creative industries on this specialist Natural Language Processing for the Creative Industries course from University of the Arts London (UAL).

Overview

Key Features

This practical Natural Language Processing for the Creative Industries course from University of the Arts London (UAL) will introduce you to the applied computer science concepts and key coding techniques used to support NLP for the creative industries.

Taught seminars and practical online classes will help you develop your fluency in various coding languages such as Python and JavaScript. You will then learn how to apply these skills to create text analysis and generation, chatbots and conversational interfaces for sectors such journalism, data-centric marketing and customer insights. You will also be trained to use a range of simple and practical computing techniques including web scraping, web spidering, word counting, keyword extraction, auto-summarisation and lemmatisation.

This Open Course has been designed to give more people access to key aspects of CCI’s curriculum without needing to commit to a full-time degree. Taught entirely online, it gives you the flexibility to enhance your creative computing skills in a format that fits around your lifestyle. As a member of an online community, you will have the opportunity to build valuable connections, share different cultural perspectives and broaden your understanding of creative computing in a global context.

Accreditation

Upon successful completion, you will receive an accredited level 7 certificate of achievement. 

Programme Structure

  • This Open Course will help you develop the key coding skills used to support NLP for the creative industries. 
  • You will be introduced to a range of machine learning approaches relating to topic modelling, including semantic analysis, Dirichlet allocation, word vectors and sentiment analysis. 
  • Practical exercises will teach you how to use coding languages such Python and JavaScript to develop approaches to text analysis, text generation, chatbots and conversational interfaces for a wide variety of creative sectors.

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Academic requirements

We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.

Other requirements

General requirements

The standard minimum entry requirements for this course are:

  • An honours degree in arts and design, humanities, a joint computer sciences and arts/humanities or a related subject
  • Or equivalent qualifications in a design-related or creative discipline
  • Or prior experiential learning, the outcome of which can be demonstrated to be equivalent to formal qualifications otherwise required.
Additional Requirements:
  • CV
  • 500-word personal statement

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Funding

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