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Dec. 6, 2021, 9:01 p.m. | /u/kaia_1527

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I'm learning about NLP and was really impressed with Google's Natural Language API (demo). It seems that entity-level sentiment analysis is the future of NLP. Has anyone in the community come across open-source libraries that replicate the API for learning purposes? I found an excellent repo called ABSA-PyTorch but it seems that all the implementations are classification-based; that is, they return "positive/negative" rather than a spectrum between positive and negative. Is there a sub field of Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis (ABSA) that isn't classification based? I wasn't able to …

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