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How to Create NLU Service in IBM Cloud

How to Create NLU Service in IBM Cloud

Creating an IBM Cloud account and NLU service

 

Overview

Watson Natural Language Understanding</span > offers a suite of features for text analysis. The Watson Natural Language Understanding analyze text to extract metadata from content such as concepts, entities, keywords, categories, sentiment, emotion, relations, and semantic roles using natural language understanding.

 

Objectives

After completing this lab, you will be able to:

  • Log into IBM Cloud with your new IBM id.
  • Create a Watson Natural Language Understanding service in IBM Cloud.
  

Pre-requisites

You will need an IBM Cloud account to do this lab. If you have not created one already, click on this link</a > and follow the instructions to create an IBM Cloud account

 

Create an instance of Natural Language Understanding service

1) Log into you IBM cloud account with your credentials. Go to the Catalog page, click on the Services, select the AI/ Machine learning category and then select the Natural Language Understanding resource.

 
 

 

 

2) On the Natural Language Understanding page, select DALLAS as the Region, verify that the Lite plan is selected, and then click Create.

 
 

3) Once the service is created, take a screenshot of the service showing your name. Save this file as watsonnluservice.jpg. You will have to submit this image for peer-review.

 

A screenshot with name masked has been given below as a sample.

 
4) Identify the screen with credentials of the NLU service you have to use in the server application and take the screenshot of the page with your name showing on top. Save this file aswatsonnlucreds.jpg You will have to submit this image for peer-review.
 

A screenshot with name masked has been given below as a sample.

Checklist for lab completion

  • You have an IBM cloud account
  • You have a Watson NLU service created in your IBM Cloud
  • You have copied the credentials of the NLU service to be used later.

Congratulations You’ve now signed into your IBM Cloud account and created an NLU service.