r/LanguageTechnology is a subreddit for developers looking to discuss natural language processing (NLP) and other AI topics.

The community focuses on NLP. This is a field of computer science, AI, and computational linguistics that studies the interactions between computers and human languages. Members mostly discuss topics related to programming computers to fruitfully process natural language.

The content shared in the sub is very diverse. You can find informative posts as well as members asking for help, advice, or feedback. Other posts share external links with additional information. Overall, it's a great sub to participate in if you are looking to find other people working on NLP to bounce off ideas and exchange knowledge.


  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 2010
  • Amount of members: 37,600
  • Online Group: No
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Get deeper into AI:
This community is highly interested in programming computers to process natural languages. Each post is a contribution, both theoretically and empirically, to your knowledge on the matter.

Interact with other experts:
The community is full of developers, computational linguists, and computer science professionals. This will allow you to expand your professional network and bounce off ideas with like-minded peers.

Ask for help:
The community opens a safe space to ask all questions related to AI. Members interact and help each other through the comments on the posts.



No requirements.


Networking Events

r/LanguageTechnology opens an opportunity to interact with like-minded peers through the comments on the posts. Members are free to post all AI-related content. In some cases, these posts include key questions that open a new discussion among members. They take advantage of comments to leave their opinion or to request feedback and advice. 


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