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Institute-Industry Innovation Seminar - What is 'Open Source' and Why Should You Care?

Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Davis Auditorium, Room 412, Shapiro SEPSR
500 West 120th Street
New York, NY 10027
United States

Speaker: 
Kevin Fleming, Member of the CTO Office of Bloomberg

Abstract: Kevin will provide a quick history of how the open source movement began, what it has meant for software development, and more importantly, what it has meant for other areas of knowledge gathering and development. He will also talk about how students can find ways to get involved in the global open source effort, and how such involvement can provide benefits when looking for employment in technology disciplines.

Syntactic Analysis of Natural Languages

The project has considered syntactic analysis of natural languages, with a focus on semi-supervised approaches that require very limited amounts of training data. One focus of the project has been on highly efficient methods for the learning of lexical representations from unlabeled data; these representations can then be used in various natural language processing problems. We have derived a new algorithm for word clustering that is significantly more efficient than previous approaches, and has strong theoretical guarantees.

Michael Collins

Computer Science
Vikram S. Pandit Professor
mcollins@cs.columbia.edu

Michael Collins is a Vikram S. Pandit Professor of computer science at Columbia University. He completed a PhD in computer science from the University of Pennsylvania in December 1998. From January 1999 to November 2002 and from January 2003 until December 2010 he was a researcher at AT&T Labs-Research. Dr.

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