Ankur Parikh (Google) will give a talk in Machine Learning and Friends lunch talk series. The talk is entitled “Natural Language Processing.” Bio:
Ankur is a Research Scientist at Google NYC and his primary interests are in natural language processing and machine learning. Ankur received his PhD from Carnegie Mellon in 2015 (advised by Prof. Eric Xing) and his B.S.E. from Princeton University in 2009. He has received a best paper runner up award at EMNLP 2014 and a best paper in translational bioinformatics at ISMB 2011.
The Machine Learning and Friends Lunch (MLFL) series is sponsored by our friends at Oracle Labs.
MLFL is a lively and interactive forum held weekly where friends of the UMass Amherst machine learning community can gather virtually and give or hear a 50-minute presentation on recent machine learning research.
What is it? A gathering of students/faculty/staff with broad interest in the methods and applications of machine learning.
When is it? Thursdays 12:00pm to 1:00pm, via Zoom
Who is invited? Everyone is welcome.
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