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Interested in how Natural Language Processing is being used in finance? Alternative data sources like text and news are becoming an increasingly import source of information in many modern quantitative equity strategies. Join us to learn more about NLP and how data science is being used in finance!
With a background in physics and quantitative finance, Adam has applied data science and machine learning solutions in a wide variety of research settings ranging from recognizing and clustering behavioral patterns to applying natural language processing techniques to help build superior equity portfolios. Adam is passionate about teaching and is excited to share his industry experiences with students.
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