Bloomberg Engineering Tech Talk: Applied Named Entity Recognition
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Join Bloomberg Engineering and University of Michigan’s MSAIL and MDST organizations for a conversation about Applied Named Entity Recognition at Bloomberg.
You will learn about Bloomberg’s AI group from two Senior Research Scientists. The speaker biographies are included below.
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Engineering, Senior Research Scientist & Team Lead
Daniel Preotiuc-Pietro is a Senior Research Scientist and Team Lead in the AI Group at Bloomberg LP, where he works on analyzing and building models for real-world large scale news mining and information extraction. His research interests are focused on understanding the social and temporal aspects of text, especially from social media, with applications in domains such as Social Psychology, Law, Political Science and Journalism. Several of his research studies were featured in popular press including the Washington Post, BBC, New Scientist, Scientific American or FiveThirtyEight. He is a co-organizer of the Natural Legal Language Processing workshop series. Prior to joining Bloomberg LP, Daniel was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Pennsylvania with the interdisciplinary World Well Being Project and obtained his PhD in Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning at the University of Sheffield, UK.
Engineering, Senior Research Scientist
Mayank Kulkarni is a Senior Research Scientist in the AI Group at Bloomberg LP, where he is working on building models and scalable infrastructure for real-world solutions that require information extraction and sentiment analysis. His research interests are focused on Sequence Tagging, Dialogue Understanding and Code & Natural Language Generation across various domains ranging from Education to Social Media and News. Prior to joining Bloomberg LP, Mayank was a graduate student researcher in the LearnDialogue Lab, while he was pursuing his Master’s in Computer Science at University of Florida.