# My talk at Boston Python

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I just gave a talk at Boston Python about natural language processing in general, and edX ease and discern in specific.

You can find the presentation source here, and the web version of it here.

There is a video of it here.

Nelle Varoquaux and Michael Selik also had interesting talks in the same video above, recommend checking them out.

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