This looks pretty exciting:
Submissions will be due on May 6th, 2011 (extended from April 22)
To participate in the workshop, you must submit a 3-page short paper
in PDF format and bring a poster to present at the workshop. The short
papers will not be reviewed, but the workshop organizers will select a
small panel of speakers based on the submissions. The short
paper/poster can describe your participation in the shared task, OR
ALTERNATIVELY other compelling work you have performed WITH THE 2011
On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 10:26 AM, Kevin M Roth <[address removed]> wrote:
> That sounds good. I'm planning on doing the NLP class for sure, but I think
> there's value in having a broader study group like you're proposing here.
> I always show up around 10:30 anyway, so starting a bit later would be nice.
> I'm up for participating in a group project. Healthcare seems like an
> obvious choice for a project area, but my concern is how much data can we
> get. Patient confidentiality might be an issue. There's several of us
> working on our own AI/ML projects. If we have trouble getting data for a
> "big" problem, it might be beneficial to collaborate on each other's
> projects, at least through prototype stage. Some of your network analysis
> work might be a good place to start if we're unable to find something
> On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 9:13 AM, Timmy Wilson <[address removed]> wrote:
>> I'm taking http://www.modelt... next semester, and maybe
>> the Natural Language Processing class.
>> With so many options -- i propose we don't try to reach a consensus --
>> everyone study what they want, and we can use the time Sat. to
>> We kicked around the idea of finding a group project.
>> I'd love to tackle something really hard/complex like: Cleveland
>> revitalization or something related to our biggest industries health
>> care or manufacturing.
>> We have a large, aging population -- it would be cool to do something
>> around cost-effective elderly care -- i'm sure the company i work for
>> (OnShift) would be happy to contribute some cash to something like
>> Also, Andy suggested moving the meeting back a little -- how does
>> everyone feel about starting @ 10:30 or 11:00?
>> One last thing -- i won't be around this Sat -- do you guys just want
>> to reconvene after the holidays?
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