HURU School researchers leverage open source to move the field of NLP forward
Updated: Jan 20, 2021
HURU School AI department has open sourced the "HURU - Summarizer" a Natural Language Processing algorithm. Coming out of the HURU School Artificial Intelligence Labs; the "summarizer" based off of Googles' BERT (Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers) has been open sourced by the schools' AI program. HURU School AI algorithm release; signals the first time an African led team has produced a usable and efficient algorithm that can revolutionalise many Natural Language Processing Industry problems in law, education, policy and information processing. You can view the algorithm on our Github Page
We want to thank our partners and open source contributors Hugging Face, Google Colaboratory, Respirosa (Vermont based start-up) and the HURU School researchers for their innovation that pushes human knowledge forward.
For more information on the algorithm and direction forward please contact HURU School.