Kannada Kali

Lalitha L A, Goutham Jason,, Harshith S, Kenneth Jones, Kevin George Thomas


This project is an Application to make a user understand and learn the basics of a language. Kannada Kali focuses on the 4 main aspects of language learning: Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing. While a child learns, detecting real word error is a really difficult task and requires advanced statistical processing, Data Mining and Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques which we have implemented in this project.



Natural Language Processing, Convolutional Neural Networks, Sequence Matcher, Spaced Repetition, Django

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