Teaching document computing

This is an event in the CSIRO IR & Friends series.

ANU's "document analysis" course covers information retrieval, machine learning, natural language processing, information extraction, and web techologies. It has been taught over the past five years by a changing group of researchers at NICTA and CSIRO, each taking a section of the course in their own specialty.

We will discuss this course, how it is run, what we like (and dislike), what we have observed, and what we'd like to do in future to teach document analysis and natural language computing at the ANU.

Date & time

4–5pm 23 Nov 2015

Location

Room:CSIRO seminar room, Level 1, CSIT Building ANU

Internal speakers

Dr Gabriela Ferraro
Lexing Xie

Contacts

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