Canberra IAPA Seminar – Text Analytics: Natural Language into Big Data – 17 February

February 3, 2015
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Topic: Text Analytics: Natural Language into Big Data
Speaker: Dr. Leif Hanlen, Technology Director at NICTA
Date: Tuesday 17 February
Time: 5.30pm for a 6pm start
Cost: Nil
Where: SAS Offices, 12 Moore Street, Canberra, ACT 2600
Registration URL: http://www.iapa.org.au/Event/TextAnalyticsNaturalLanguageIntoBigData

Abstract:
We outline several activities in NICTA relating to understanding and mining free text. Our approach is to develop agile service-focussed solutions that provide insight into large text corpora, and allow end users to incorporate current text documents into standard numerical analysis technologies.

Biography:
Dr. Leif Hanlen is Technology Director at NICTA, Australia’s largest ICT research centre. Leif is also an adjunct Associate Professor of ICT at the Australian National University and an adjunct Professor of Health at the University of Canberra. He received a BEng (Hons I) in electrical engineering, BSc (Comp Sci) and PhD (telecomm) from the University of Newcastle Australia. His research focusses on applications Machine Learning to text processing.

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