Sahil Mehra


Natural Language Processing or simply NLP is the field of Artificial Intelligence that focuses on the manipulation of text or speech to create the machine of futures. Thus useless texts can be converted into a source of information with the help of Natural Language Processing.

But even before learning how NLP can convert useless text into something informative, why we even need to convert texts? Out of all the text information present out there on the internet, only 21% is formatted good enough to get something useful. The other 89% text does contain information but it is present in scrambled form. That’s why we are using NLP a lot these days,

Some companies are even using NLP to make some cool machines. E.g. IBM’s Project Debater, an AI robot capable of debating with humans,

What Are The Different Techniques Used in NLP?

Semantic and Syntax analysis are the two most techniques of Natural Language Processing. Below is a brief introduction to how these two works.

1. Syntax

Syntax analysis refers to the arrangement of the words in a particular order so that they make a meaningful sentence. It is the process of analyzing natural language with the rules of formal grammar. Grammatical rules are applied to categories and groups of words, not individual words. The syntactic analysis assigns a semantic structure to text.

E.g. While making an English sentence we apply the general rule that a sentence should have a noun, a verb, and an optional subject in it.

2. Semantic

Semantic analysis means to check the correctness of a language. Not always a noun and a verb combination are enough to make a sense. E.g. “cows flow supremely” is a complete in it as it has both a noun and a verb but this doesn’t make any sense to the user.

So, therefore, semantic analysis helps Computer generate something logical or meaningful.

Syntax and Semantic Natural Language Processing

A brief process of how Natural Language Processing works.

Natural Language Processing is not a single step process but rather several steps.

Step 1: Sentence Segmentation

Sentence Segmentation means that the computer first will break a paragraph into many different sentences. Consider the following paragraph

  1. He knew what he was supposed to do. That had been apparent from the beginning. That was what made the choice so difficult. What he was supposed to do and what he would do were not the same. This would have been fine if he were willing to face the inevitable consequences, but he wasn’t.
In the above text, Computer will break para into sentences like “He knew what he was supposed to do.” “That had been apparent from the beginning.” and more.

Step 2: Tokenization

After sentence segmentation, the next step is tokenization. Tokenization means converting a single into nothing but just words. Therefore “He knew what he was supposed to do” will get converted into “He”, “knew”, “what”, “he”, “was”, “supposed”, “to”, “do”.

Step 3: Identifying part of speech

The next step is to find the part of speech of a given word. In the above example, “He” is a pronoun. Similarly, “knew” is a verb, and so on.

Step 4: Dependency Parsing

The last step in NLP is dependency parsing. Dependency Parsing is the process of identifying how each word depends upon another.

The goal is to build a tree that assigns a single parent word to each word in the sentence. The root of the tree will be the main verb in the sentence. Here’s what the beginning of the parse tree will look like for our sentence.

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Money Heist is no doubt one of the best series ever made in the history of television. The way Álex Pina pulled the whole Netflix series is just mind-blowing. Every single fan is quite interestingly waiting for season 5 of the series. One constant thing that this series has seen from the very first season is DEATHS. In every season, there is someone who dies or gets near to death. It is certain that season 5 will also have more deaths. So today we will talk about those deaths and find out who will survive and who will die in season 5 of Money Heist.

1. Tokyo



As Tokyo is the narrator of the show and she is telling a story from her past, it is not likely that she will die. There were moments when she almost died, but survived somehow. Being a narrator of the show she has to live to tell everyone about the heists, so she will Survive.

2. Rio


Rio is the youngest of all. He still isn’t that mature for the heists. While buying military pieces of equipment, he got so excited like how kids get exciting seeing some new cool video. At very this point Professor knew that Rio still isn’t that mature for the heist. He refused to admit Rio in his team as he didn’t want to put his life at risk. But Tokyo somehow convinced Professor to give another chance to Rio. He will Die in the end.

3. Raquel Murillo (Lisbon)

After being rescued by The Professor and his team, Raquel has now entered the Bank of Spain. She was sent there to execute Plan Paris. Currently, there are only two persons who know about Plan Paris. As most theories suggest, Plan Paris is the gang’s final exit plan to get out of the Bank of Spain. Therefore, she was sent inside by Professor himself. As no one inside the bank knows about the plan, therefore she will Survive and will take everyone out.

4. Marseille


Marseille is one of the few characters of the series who doesn’t have a single hater. He helped the professor and the gang while remaining anonymous. If rumours are to be believed, Marseille will take a bullet for the professor. When Alicia came and tried to shoot the professor, Marseille came to rescue and took the bullet for the professor. But it’s not clear if he going to survive or not.

5. Palermo


The hate for the Palermo after the death of Nairobi has increased gradually. Why not? He was the reason Gandia got free and killed Nairobi. But even after getting so much hate and infinite wishes that somehow he dies, He will Survive according to us.

Taking into account that the article has already been so long, we will feature other characters in another article. So till then subscribe to our newsletters so that you are the first to know about next article.

To Be Continued…

Data Security and Data Privacy are the most widely used words on the internet these days. Almost everyone knows that they are essential, but a limited person knows Why? Don’t worry, after reading this article; you will be able to answers this question.

What is Data Security?

Data Security

So, What is Data Security? A one-line answer to this question is hiding essential data on the internet. But in a broad spectrum that’s not the right definition. Data Security is the set of techniques or technologies used to protect Digital Data [Not only Digital Data]  from the unauthorized access. That means a data can be accessed by only a certain number of people and that too in certain conditions.

What is Data Privacy?

Data Privacy

Data Privacy is closely related to Data Security. In Data Security, we hide our data from unauthorized access. But in Privacy, we set boundaries for a user to use data. Privacy makes sure that your data is private to you only. No one can access your data without your consent.

Data Security vs. Data Privacy

Privacy vs Security
Internet Crime

Data Security and Data Privacy are often considered the same thing, but that’s not true.  Always remember that

 Data Security and Data Privacy are two closely related but still two different terms.

Security refers to protection against the unauthorized access of data. We put security controls in place to limit who can access the information.

Privacy gives you a liability to keep your data private from other users using the same platform.

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Why Data Security and Privacy are essential?

Jim Helpert

Assume someone keeping an eye on you all the time. Analyzing each of your activity like Where you go, to Whom you meet the most, What do you like but do you not, What you poop [LOL! I am just kidding]. Does this feel scary? Well, What if I told you that you have been monitoring since the day you joined the internet? Yes, you heard it right. The Internet has all of your data stored, and you don’t even have an idea about it. They know more about you than your parents know. These type of sensitive data needs to handle with care, or it can lead to disaster. How would you feel if you have your Credit Card number displaying on the Time Square?  That’s why Data Security and Privacy are essential.

The Facebook or The ‘Not Secure’ Facebook?

Facebook is no doubt the biggest and the most famous Social Media in the whole world. Currently, Facebook has around 2.23 Billion active users. Everyone loves to share their daily updates on Facebook. We post pictures, videos, interact with friends and love wasting our time. But every coin has two sides, and Facebook’s other side is too dark to be handled. Facebook keeps track of all your activities [Yes, every single activity].

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They keep track of your location, contacts, relationship status, friends, their friends, with how many more account your mobile number is linked. That’s inside Facebook only. If you have your Facebook logged in, then they can keep track of which browser you use, how many tabs you have currently opened, and even current position of your mouse cursor.

Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook has all the rights to use your data. That’s what they did in 2017. They sold 1 Billion users’ data to Cambridge Analytica company. 2017 US Presidential Elections’ results were altered with this data. A full report on that case is below.

Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal

Facebook is not at all secure to use. But there is a way in which you can secure yourself. Follow the below steps to keep your data private.

  1. Login into your Facebook account.
  2. Go to Account Settings.
  3. Click on Delete Account Permanently.
  4. Enjoy, you are safe now.

Data Security and Privacy are the very wide topic. One article is not enough for this topic. But if you want an in-depth knowledge about Data Security and Privacy, then feel free to ping us at [email protected]. We reply to every single mail.

So, How Much Do You Know about all the Cricket World Cup? Well, 2019 is the year of the cricket. This year, ICC ODI Cricket World Cup is going to be held in England and Wales. Everyone is excited about it and I am sure you will be too.

Before diving into the quiz, check out this ICC cricket world cup 2019 promo:

Take this quiz made especially for you guys. This quiz will test your knowledge of CWC. So Why are you waiting? Take this quiz and check your score.

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Its been 10 years since Iron Man released in theaters and smashed everyone’s expectations. No one knew at that time that from this movie, a universe will begin so vast and fantastic. Now This universe is known as Marvel Cinematic Universe. 

Marvel Cinematic Universe is no doubt the best movie franchise ever. The highest grossing franchise has grossed more than $15 Billion. But how well do you know the MCU? Take this hardest MCU quiz ever and check how much you know about the MCU. Challenge your friends also.

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In India, cricket is not just a sport, it’s more like a religion for many fans. Most of the times cricketing stadium in India are fully packed whenever a game took place in India and if it is a World Cup match then you will get a view a festival of the cricketing fans. ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 is scheduled to be host by India. Everyone is so excited about that World Cup but there is bad news for all the fans. India might lose it’s 2023 World Cup hosting rights due to a deal between BCCI and ICC.

What is the whole matter?

During the 2016 ICC T20 World Cup, Indian Government promised to waive off taxes but they didn’t. Therefore for the compensation of it, ICC has asked BCCI to pay them $23 Million (Approx. Rs. 160 Cr). ICC has asked BCCI to pay the amount before the deadline of the 31 December or they will remove the hosting rights of the 2021 Champions Trophy and 2023 World Cup.

A senior BCCI member has said:-

Biting the hand that feeds, eh? Is that what it has come down to? A sports body that has economic value primarily because it feeds on India’s commercial stake in the game is telling India that it cannot host a World Cup? And that too with an Indian heading that organisation right now? What a joke.

ICC hasn’t still announced the alternative hosts for the World Cup.


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Amazon’s founder and current CEO, Jeff Bezos has come a long way. He becomes the richest man in the world this year beating Microsoft’s founder Bill Gates. According to Forbes, Jeff Bezos’ net worth in October 2018 was more than $160 Billion. Way more than Bill Gates’ $95 Billion.

It was Jeff Bezos, whose efforts have made the Amazon world’s second most valuable company after Apple. All this happened when a took a risk of his life when he was just 30-years old.


Jeff Bezos was born on January 12th, 1964 in New Mexico. In the 1990s, Jeff Bezos came up with an idea of selling books online. This was a critical risk for the Bezos as he could lose his stable job as a result of this.

In 2010 giving a speech at Princeton University, his alma mater, he said

I came across the fact that Web usage was growing at 2,300 per cent per year. I’d never seen or heard of anything that grew that fast, and the idea of building an online bookstore with millions of titles — something that simply couldn’t exist in the physical world — was very exciting to me.

At the 2017 Summit LA conference, Bezos said that, when he told his boss about his Internet bookstore idea, his boss said,

I think this is a good idea, but I think this would be an even better idea for somebody that didn’t already have a good job.

From that day Amazon has come a long way up. On May this year, Amazon for the first time, made it in the Fortune’s Top 10 of 500 lists.

Football world cup is the most viewed sporting tournament in the world. Every four years, Football World Cup is celebrated like a festival worldwide.

In 2022, Football World Cup will be held in Qatar. It would be the second time a Football world cup is going to be held in Asia. But due to the immense warm weather of Qatar, it would be the first time that a Football World Cup is going to be held in the winters. 2022 FIFA World Cup will start on 21st November and will last till 18th December.

Though Qatar has stated that will be using ‘Cooling Technology’ to lower down the temperature of the city Doha, still, it will remain hotter than other World Cup hosting countries.


Doha had tested their ‘Cooling Technology’ last year in Khalifa Stadium. They were able to reduce the temperature of the whole stadium to 23° C.

Dr Saud Ghani, Professor at the College of Engineering at Qatar University and Project Director at Khalifa Stadium said that

We are looking forward to welcoming fans to the arena and seeing them enjoy the cooled conditions at the World Cup.

World Cup finals will take place on December 18 on the occasion of Qatar National Day. It is estimated that temperature on 18th December would be around 20° C (68° F).

IPL auction held on 18-Dec-2018 at Jaipur has seen many shocking buys. Jaydev Unadkat was again the highest buy with Rs. 8.40 CR. Uncapped Vikas Chakaravarthy was a surprise buy by the Kings XI Punjab with a signing amount of whopping 8.40 Cr rupees. The full list of the highest sold players is given below:-

Six out of the top eight top buyers were Indian. Sam Curran was the top overseas buyer with 7.2 Cr.

A brief overview of all teams.

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Here is the list of the players bought by each team.

1. Chennai Super Kings

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2. Delhi Capitals

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3. Kings XI Punjab

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4. Kolkata Knight Riders

5. Mumbai Indians

6. Rajasthan Royals

7. Royal Challengers Banglore

8. Sunrisers Hyderabad

The 12th edition of the IPL is scheduled to start on the 29th of March. Due to General Election in India, this year’s IPL will be held outside India. The venue of the IPL hasn’t been finalised yet but it’s certain that venues will be either UAE or South Africa. Tell us what do you think that who will win this year’s IPL?


Started in the year 2008, Indian Premier League commonly known as IPL is the world most famous cricketing league. It just does not provide entertainment only but also has given many young players a platform to showcase their talent. Every year, to encourage these fresh players, BCCI gives an ‘Emerging Player of the Year’ award to the best young player of the season. Below is the list of all IPL’s Emerging Players till now.

A player must full-fill all the following criteria in order to be the ‘Emerging Player of the Year’ award:-

  1. A player must be of 26 years or below.
  2. Must have played only 5 or fewer test matches, 10 or fewer ODIs or T20Is.
  3. Has played only 25 or less IPL matches.
  4. Has never won the award in past.

Keeping these criteria in mind IPL every year choose an emerging player award. Below is the list of all IPL’s Emerging Players till 2018:-

1. 2008 – Shreevats Goswami (Royal Challengers Banglore)

Shreevats Goswami

Goswami played just 4 games for RCB in the 2008 edition but his knock of 52 against Delhi Daredevils was enough to make him the emerging player of that season. In four matches he played, he managed to score 82 runs with an average of 27.33.

2. 2009 – Rohit Sharma (Deccan Chargers)

Rohit Sharma

The Hitman Rohit Sharma was the Emerging player in the second edition of the IPL. He scored 362 with the highest of 52 and was the third highest Indian run-getter. He also had a hattrick in his name and played a key role in Deccan Chargers’ title-winning race.

3. 2010 – Saurabh Tiwary (Mumbai Indians)

Saurabh Tiwary IPL Emeging Player

Saurabh Tiwary was the one of the main reason that Mumbai Indians made it through the Finals of the 2010 IPL. He scored 419 (Second highest among MI players that year) with an amazing strike rate of 135.59. He also scored 19 sixes that year.

4. 2011 – Iqbal Abdulla (Kolkata Knight Riders)

Iqbal Abdulla IPL Emeging Player

2011 was the year of change for the KKR. For the first time, the team was able to qualify for the last fours. Iqbal Abdulla grabbed everyone’s attention that year with his performance. He took 16 wickets at an average of 19.06 with an economy of mere 6.1.

5. 2012 – Mandeep Singh (Kings XI Punjab)

Mandeep Singh IPL Emeging Player

Mandeep Singh is one of the under-rated players of the IPL. This young lad opened the batting for the KXIP in 2012 along with legendary Adam Gilchrist. He scored 432 runs at a good strike rate of 126.31. As a result he was given IPL’s Emerging Player award for the year 2012.

6. 2013 – Sanju Samson (Rajasthan Royals)

Sanju Samson IPL Emeging Player

The U-19 World Cup player Sanju Samson was one of the most important players for the RR in the 2013 edition of the IPL. He helped RR to reach in the playoffs by scoring 206 runs.

7. 2014 – Axar Patel (Kings XI Punjab)

Axar Patel IPL Emeging Player

2014 was the golden year for the Kings XI Punjab. George Bailey led team made it through the finals for the very first time. Axar Patel was the only main spinner for the Kings in 2014. In 17 matches he played he took 17 wickets with a very healthy economy of 6.23.

8. 2015 – Shreyas Iyer (Delhi Daredevils)

Shreyas Iyer IPL Emeging Player

In 14 matches Iyer played in 2015, he managed to score 439 runs with an average of 33.76 and a good strike of more than 128. These were enough to make him the winner of the emerging player of the season award.

9. 2016 – Mustafizur Rahman (Sunrisers Hyderabad)

Mustafizur Rahman IPL Emeging Player

Mustafizur Rahman more commonly known as ‘The Fizz’ was the first overseas player to won the ‘Emerging Player’ award. He took 17 wickets with an average of 24.76 and economy of 6.9 and helped SRH win their first IPL trophy and crushing RCB fans’ hearts again.

10. 2017 – Basil Thampi (Gujarat Lions)

Basil Thampi IPL Emeging Player

Basil Thampi of the Gujarat Lions won the ‘Emerging Player’ award in the 9th edition of the IPL season because of his good bowling as a debutant. He took 11 wickets in the season.

11. 2018 – Rishab Pant (Delhi Daredevils)

Rishab Pant IPL Emeging Player

2018 currently is the golden age for the future Indian star Rishab Pant. In 2018 IPL, he scored 684 runs with a very good average of 52.61 and at a whopping strike rate of 173.60. He also scored one hundred against SRH. Certainly, he made his international debut because of his IPL 2018 performance.

12. 2019 – Shubhman Gill (Kolkata Knight Riders)

Shubman Gill

Shubman Gill had made many fans even before the start of the IPL because of his World Cup winning knocks in U-19 World Cup. Every cricket expert was expecting a lot from him and he didn’t disappoint them. He scored 296 runs with a highest of 76 to grab the IPL’s Emerging Players award.

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