Natural Language Generation

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Natural Language Generation

A machine capability to synthesize human language from machine content, such as writing a summary of a company's market performance or describing upcoming events from a user's health record in plain terms. NLG is a subset of the field of natural language processing (NLP) and is a necessary step before the synthesis of human-like speech. 

"Early natural language generation systems essentially 'filled in the blanks' of ad lib statements like, 'your next appointment is at ____ o'clock;' new systems like ChatGPT can generate much more nuanced outputs such as imitating a particular author's style."


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