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Aw shoot!

When I first started reading this post, I saw NLP and thought "Kewl! Neuro Linguistic Programming AI in Perl! Wow!" But then I read on and saw it was "Natural Langage Processing" instead... But AI in Perl is still pretty cool.

I agree that your facility with a General Purpose language can turn out to be more important for any task, than the specific suitability of a language for a task. If the language is powerful enough, you can always mock up your own modules to handle the stuff the language doesnt do naturally.

Good luck and keep us posted!

"That that is, is... for what is that but that? and is but is?" Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, Act IV, Scene 2

"Yet THAT which is not neither is nor is not That which is!" Frater Perdurabo (pseud. Aleister Crowley), Liber CCCXXXIII, The Book of Lies

In reply to Re: How good is Perl for AI? by poqui
in thread How good is Perl for AI? by PetaMem

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