Category: Natural Language Processing

FIMS Graduate Research Day

On April 14, 2016 our lab presented a poster at the FIMS Research Day. The work is based on the project that aims to identify fake news. Satirical news, if mistaken for legitimate reporting, often pose a problem by misleading readers. A full paper associated with this poster is stored in ResearchGate repository. The paper Read More …

Event: Language & Computer Tech Poster Session

Today at Western University Graduate Research Center at FIMS, a group of students in the “Language & Computer Technologies for Libraries and beyond” class (LIS 9732/9832) presented posters on various topics in Natural Language Processing. The student courageously answered audience’s questions, from simple to more complex ones. How do various Language Technologies (L-ITs) work, who Read More …

Invited Talk: From Data to Business Value

“From Data to Business Value: Principles, Technologies and Organizational Forms” An invited talk by Dimitri Popolov, PhD, Data Scientist & Architect at DataSkill Tuesday, March 15th, @ 10:30-11:50, North Campus Building (NCB) #293     Outline: Principles of data processing from human-computer interaction viewpoint. Technologies. Current buzz words for data processing demystified. Organizations. What type Read More …