“Human Analytics” at the Sentiment Analysis Symposium, March 5-6 (KDnuggets discount)
Understand the business value in "human data" - emotion, intent, connection - in online, social, and enterprise sources via text, speech, video and social-network analytics. Early bird till Jan 31 + KDnuggets discount.
I wanted to make sure you know about the next Sentiment Analysis Symposium, March 5-6, 2014 in New York. The symposium is about business value in "human data" -- about emotion, intent, connection, and business impact -- discovered in online, social, and enterprise sources via natural language processing and speech, video, and social-network analytics.
The agenda is online at sentimentsymposium.com/agenda.html.
Register by January 31 to save up to $200, and get an extra 10% off with the code KDNUGGETS.
The symposium will feature presentations by Prof. Rosalind Picard of the MIT Media Lab, Accenture social-intelligence expert Chris Boudreaux, and IBM social analytics/engagement strategist Marie Wallace. Oxford Univ. Prof. Stephen Pulman will speak on Bleeding Edge Natural Language Processing, and Prof. VS Subrahmanian of the Univ. of Maryland will speak on Forecasting the Spread of Sentiments and Emotion in Social Media.
Also check out the March 5 half-day workshops (sentimentsymposium.com/workshops.html). The technical track features:
- Practical Sentiment Analysis, a tutorial taught by Jason Baldridge of University of Texas.
- A Technology & Innovation session with 9 presentations by... some really smart and interesting people.
The March 5 business track features:
- The Insider's Guide to Social Media Measurement, taught by Steve Rappaport of the Advertising Research Foundation.
- The Road to Customer Intelligence: Data, Analytics, Insight, taught by Steve Ramirez, CEO of Beyond the Arc.
The symposium is designed for learning and networking, to help you stay current with leading-edge analytics. Attend either day or both. Again, the agenda is at sentimentsymposium.com/agenda.html .
Register by January 31 for early pricing, and use the code KDNUGGETS for an extra 10% off.