Humanloop: NLP Model Engineering with Raza Habib

Data labeling is a major bottleneck in training and deploying machine learning and especially NLP. But new tools for training models with humans in the loop can drastically reduce how much data is required. Humanloop is a platform for annotating text and training NLP models with much less labelled data. Raza Habib, founder of Humanloop, joins the show to to talk about NLP workflows and his work on Humanloop.

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