Special Event | May 9 | 12:30-2 p.m. | 202 South Hall
Join us for the final student project presentations from the course Info 256. Applied Natural Language Processing.
Presentations will span two days: Tuesday, May 7 and Thursday, May 9. Each group will give a 5-minute overview of their work and have a few minutes for questions.
Presentations are continued from Tuesday, May 7.
Day 2 Projects
Neologisms: Time Signature Prediction Using Attention & Lexical Gaps Out of Domain Named Entity Classification Using Deep Learning for Named Entity Recognition in Clinical Notes Multi-Class News Classification News Article Headline Generation Identifying the Complex Relationship Between Customers, Front-line Fast Food and Retail Workers Situational Power in Written Conversations Analyzing Characters of Game of Thrones TV Series Gender Discrimination in Airbnb Reviews Inferring Journal Affiliation From Article Text