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Sentiment analysis is a trending problem in the data analytics domain especially when it comes to enhancing customer experience. This Talk will feature the crux of sentiment engine and will discuss the manoeuvrings one can take to resolve business problems.
Social networks are ubiquitous in the world we live in. From protein and neural networks in our body to online social networks like Facebook and Twitter, the analysis of networks is an emerging area of great importance. In this talk, we look at the fundamental tenets of social network analysis, and some associated visualisations using Gephi.
The availability of large amounts of transactional and historical data has made it possible to make accurate predictions in many real-world contexts. However, predictive models still don’t help us understand what causes a certain outcome. How can we exploit large datasets to answer deeper questions on causality? What fresh insights can we generate for ML researchers?
"Data science is the sexiest job of the 21st century". We see a lot of passionate people eager to wear Data Scientist shoes. In this online session, we will focus on what is required to make a successful transition.
A monthly podcast where we invite individuals to talk about various issues, challenges and opportunities relating to their own graduate school experience. We wish to engage guest speakers across disciplines, universities and countries to help develop a broader understanding of the grad school experience.
Internet is exploded and data plans became very affordable, streaming services for entertainment got major fillip. The competition is intense with many players offerings at affordable prices. While customers are lured with attractive discounts, to fight the churn,every firm has deployed Data Analytics. In this talk, we look at how to approach this problem.
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