Curious about techniques and methods for applying data science to unstructured text? Join us at the DC NLP December Meetup!
Let’s experiment with something different this month for the meetup format. At past events, we’ve had either one 60-minute talk or three 20-minute talks. For December, we’re going to try out an “open mic night” format. Here’s how it’ll work:
- Everyone who wants to (time permitting) will get 5 to 10 minutes to talk about anything they like. You can give a quick talk about something you’ve been working on, ask a question about a problem you’ve been struggling with, run a demo for a interesting tool you’ve found, etc.
- The only rule in terms of content is that it must be related to natural language processing.
- You can use slides or a computer, but it’s certainly not required. You can just get up in front of the group and ramble on for 5-10 minutes if you like. We won’t judge you.
- Essentially, it’ll be an hour or so of impromptu lightning talks, hopefully with a high degree of audience interaction.
DC NLP December Meetup
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Stetsons Famous Bar & Grill
1610 U Street Northwest, Washington, DC
The DC NLP meetup group is for anyone in the Washington, D.C. area working in (or interested in) Natural Language Processing. Our meetings will be an opportunity for folks to network, give presentations about their work or research projects, learn about the latest advancements in our field, and exchange ideas or brainstorm. Topics may include computational linguistics, machine learning, text analytics, data mining, information extraction, speech processing, sentiment analysis, and much more.
For more information and to RSVP, please visit: http://www.meetup.com/DC-NLP/events/142924742/
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