MULTIMODALITY AND EFFICIENCY IN NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSINGVamsi Krishna Thatikonda 1
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Progress in Natural Language Processing (NLP) has equipped machines to comprehend and produce human language, thus sparking intuitive conversations between humans and computers. This research delves into an exhaustive analysis of two significant aspects of NLP: multimodality and efficiency. The study accentuates the role of multimodality in NLP, which incorporates an array of data types such as text, pictures, and sounds, thereby magnifying a machine's adeptness in grasping human language. Many instances, including Google's Image Search and systems recognizing emotions, illustrate the practical uses of multimodal NLP. On the other hand, the concept of efficiency in NLP is associated with the system's capacity to perform tasks rapidly while consuming minimal computational resources, a key characteristic required in applications like voice recognition or translating languages. The research also delves into notable instances of this merger, like multimodal sentiment analysis and recommendation systems. With the domain evolving, the study anticipates future directions, such as incorporating more modalities like scent and touch, and creating smaller, quicker models, thereby sketching a hopeful landscape for the future of NLP. The study ends with a plea for efficient algorithm designs and hardware layouts to tackle the complications of rising complexity in multimodal NLP systems and further facilitate human-computer interaction.
Natural Language Processing, Multimodality, Human-Computer Interaction, Data Processing, Machine Learning Algorithms, Sentiment Analysis, Recommendation Systems
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