Create a custom dictionary model for Watson NLP

This blog post is about, how to create a custom dictionary model for Watson NLP. One capability of the Watson NLP is the "Entity extraction to find mentions of entities (like person, organization, or date)." We will adapt the Watson NLP model to extract entities from a given text to find single entities like names and locations which are identified by an entry and its label.

Run Watson NLP for Embed on an IBM Cloud Kubernetes cluster in a Virtual Private Cloud environment

This blog post is about to deploy the IBM Watson Natural Language Processing Library for Embed to an IBM Cloud Kubernetes cluster in a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) environment and is related to my blog post Run Watson NLP for Embed on IBM Cloud Code Engine. IBM Cloud Kubernetes cluster is a “certified, managed Kubernetes solution, built for creating a cluster of compute hosts to deploy and manage containerized apps on IBM Cloud“.

Run Watson NLP for Embed on IBM Cloud Code Engine

This blog post is about using the IBM Watson Natural Language Processing Library for Embed on IBM Cloud Code Engine and is related to my blog post Run Watson NLP for Embed on your local computer with Docker. IBM Cloud Code Engine is a fully managed, serverless platform where you can run container images or batch jobs.

Run Watson NLP for Embed on your local computer with Docker

This blog post is about using the IBM Watson Natural Language Processing Library for Embed on your local computer with Docker. The IBM Watson Libraries for Embed are made for IBM Business Partners. Partners can get additional details about embeddable AI on the IBM Partner World page. If you are an IBM Business Partner you can get a free access to the IBM Watson Natural Language Processing Library for Embed. To get started with the libraries you can use the link Watson Natural Language Processing Library for Embed home. It is an awesome documentation and it is public available.

Short example/cheat sheet how to use the new terraform module for IBM Cloud observability instances

This is a short example/cheat sheet about, how to use the new module called terraform-ibm-observability-instances to plan service instances on IBM Cloud with Terraform. You can find the source code for the example of the blog post in this GitHub repository Example to use the IBM Observability Module. In this example we plan to create an Activity Tracker, a Log Analysis, and a Monitoring service instance on IBM Cloud with Terraform.

Watson Speech to Text language model customization

This blog post is about IBM Cloud Watson Speech to Text (STT) language model customization. Currently I took a look at the IBM Cloud Watson Assistant service used to build conversational assistants. A conversation leads potentially to speech input of users, which needs to be converted to text to be processed using AI for example the NLU.

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