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Natural Language Processing (NLP) describes the process through which computers attempt to understand human languages. iOS has supported complex NLP routines since iOS 5, but these have been reimplemented on top of Core ML in iOS 11. Discover some of the functionality built into iOS via the NSLinguisticTagger class in this iOS 11 screencast.
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