NLP+CSS 201: Beyond the basics
- This website hosts the upcoming tutorial series for advanced NLP methods, for computational social science scholars.
- Every few weeks, we will host some experts in the field of computational social science to present a new method in NLP, and to lead participants in an interactive exploration of the method with code and sample text data. If you are a graduate student or researcher who has some introductory knowledge of NLP (e.g. has learned text analysis from SICSS) and wants to “level up”, come join us!
- Watch past tutorials on our YouTube channel.
OpenAI makes GPT-3 generally available through its API | VentureBeat
- Submitted proposal to Oxford press!
- Adding connections between topics – done!
- Playing around with the conspiracy theory map since I know that area and it needs another pass
- I have a thought about counting new results from the gpt. When there is a response from the gpt, there should be a button(?) that counts and deletes all substrings in the return that matches a topic in a node, with the appropriate connections between topics and nodes. I’ll need to add a count value to table_topic. It can have a default of 1
- Monday start generating gml files