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  1. You’ve probably interacted with a BERT network today.[1]
  2. On all these datasets, our approach is shown to outperform BERT and GCN alone.[2]
  3. Both, BERT and BERT outperforms previous models by a good margin (4.5% and 7% respectively).[3]
  4. Meanwhile, the BERT pre-training network is based on the Transformer Encoder, which can be very deep.[4]
  5. With the rise of Transformer and BERT, the network is also evolving to 12 or 24 layers, and SOTA is achieved.[4]
  6. At the same time, we continue hitting milestones in question-answering models such as Google’s BERT or Microsoft’s Turing-NG.[5]
  7. To follow BERT’s steps, Google pre-trained TAPAS using a dataset of 6.2 million table-text pairs from the English Wikipedia dataset.[5]
  8. Now that Google has made BERT models open source it allows for the improvement of NLP models across all industries.[6]
  9. The capability to model context has turned BERT into an NLP hero and has revolutionized Google Search itself.[6]
  10. Moreover, BERT is based on the Transformer model architecture, instead of LSTMs.[7]
  11. The input to the encoder for BERT is a sequence of tokens, which are first converted into vectors and then processed in the neural network.[7]
  12. A search result change like the one above reflects the new understanding of the query using BERT.[8]
  13. “BERT operates in a completely different manner,” said Enge.[8]
  14. “There’s nothing to optimize for with BERT, nor anything for anyone to be rethinking,” said Sullivan.[8]
  15. One of BERT’s attention heads achieves quite strong performance, outscoring the rule-based system.[9]
  16. One of the latest milestones in this development is the release of BERT, an event described as marking the beginning of a new era in NLP.[10]
  17. BERT's clever language modeling task masks 15% of words in the input and asks the model to predict the missing word.[10]
  18. Beyond masking 15% of the input, BERT also mixes things a bit in order to improve how the model later fine-tunes.[10]
  19. The best way to try out BERT is through the BERT FineTuning with Cloud TPUs notebook hosted on Google Colab.[10]
  20. Firstly, BERT stands for Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers.[11]
  21. For now, the key takeaway from this line is – BERT is based on the Transformer architecture.[11]
  22. It’s not an exaggeration to say that BERT has significantly altered the NLP landscape.[12]
  23. First, it’s easy to get that BERT stands for Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers.[12]
  24. That’s where BERT greatly improves upon both GPT and ELMo.[12]
  25. In this section, we will learn how to use BERT’s embeddings for our NLP task.[12]
  26. Organizations are recommended not to try and optimize content for BERT, as BERT aims to provide a natural-feeling search experience.[13]
  27. As mentioned above, BERT is made possible by Google's research on Transformers.[13]
  28. BERT (Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers) is a recent paper published by researchers at Google AI Language.[14]
  29. In practice, the BERT implementation is slightly more elaborate and doesn’t replace all of the 15% masked words.[14]
  30. Algorithmia has deployed two examples of BERT models on Algorithmia, one in TensorFlow, and the other on PyTorch.[15]
  31. the language model in BERT is done by predicting 15% of the tokens in the input, that were randomly picked.[16]
  32. Google is applying its BERT models to search to help the engine better understand language.[17]
  33. On this task, the model trained using BERT sentence encodings reaches an impressive F1-score of 0.84 after just 1000 samples.[18]
  34. The trainable parameter is set to False , which means that we will not be training the BERT embedding.[19]
  35. During supervised learning of downstream tasks, BERT is similar to GPT in two aspects.[20]
  36. 14.8.1 depicts the differences among ELMo, GPT, and BERT.[20]
  37. BERT has been considered as the state of the art results on many NLP tasks, but now it looks like it is surpassed by XLNet also from Google.[21]
  38. We have achieved great performance with additional ability to improve either by using XLNet or BERT large model.[21]


  1. Shrinking massive neural networks used to model language
  2. VGCN-BERT: Augmenting BERT with Graph Embedding for Text Classification
  3. Explanation of BERT Model
  4. 4.0 4.1 A Quick Dive into Deep Learning: From Neural Cells to BERT
  5. 5.0 5.1 Google Unveils TAPAS, a BERT-Based Neural Network for Querying Tables Using Natural Language
  6. 6.0 6.1 How Language Processing is Being Enhanced Through Google’s Open Source BERT Model
  7. 7.0 7.1 BERT Explained: A Complete Guide with Theory and Tutorial
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 FAQ: All about the BERT algorithm in Google search
  9. Emergent linguistic structure in artificial neural networks trained by self-supervision
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 The Illustrated BERT, ELMo, and co. (How NLP Cracked Transfer Learning)
  11. 11.0 11.1 Fine Tune Bert For Text Classification
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 BERT For Text Classification
  13. 13.0 13.1 What is BERT (Language Model) and How Does It Work?
  14. 14.0 14.1 BERT Explained: State of the art language model for NLP
  15. Algorithmia and BERT language modeling
  16. BERT – State of the Art Language Model for NLP
  17. Meet BERT, Google's Latest Neural Algorithm For Natural-Language Processing
  18. Accelerate with BERT: NLP Optimization Models
  19. Text Classification with BERT Tokenizer and TF 2.0 in Python
  20. 20.0 20.1 14.8. Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers (BERT) — Dive into Deep Learning 0.15.1 documentation
  21. 21.0 21.1 Text classification with transformers in Tensorflow 2: BERT, XLNet