|Developer(s)||Rasa Technologies, various|
|Initial release||December 2016.|
|Type||Natural language processing|
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Rasa NLU is an open-source library for Natural Language Processing. The library is published under the Apache 2.0 license and enables intent classification and entity extraction of natural language using word embeddings for the use in AI assistants and chatbots.
Unlike most NLU solutions it is hosted completely on-premise making it a viable option for companies handling sensitive data or developing in house expertise. Rasa NLU integrates with common backend-systems providing pre-trained word vectors like SpaCy or fastText. It is also possible to use tensorflow components to train new custom word vectors on a specific dataset.
Recently it was announced as one of the top 10 open source machine learning projects on Github.
- Intent classification
- Multi-intent classification.
- Named entity recognition.
- Pre-trained word vectors
- Custom supervised word embeddings
- Natural language processing
- Natural language understanding
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