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Next NLP@UCSF Tech Meetup
Next Meetup is February 28 3:30-5:30 pm at Mission Hall room 2100
February 2019 Meetup - Joint event with UCSF-Stanford Deep Learning Interest Group!
February 28, 2019 3:30-5:50
Mission Hall Room 2100 or Zoom (info below)
3:30-4:00 NLP@UCSF Learning Session with Robert Thombley, Data Scientist, UCSF CLIIR This session, we will focus on validating our cosine similarity model using the results of homework #4 and our Clinical Trials data.
Congratulations and many thanks to the speakers and the organizing team for the inspiring and informative event. The feedback so far has been wonderful and we are planning to follow up shortly on questions and suggestions. Stay tuned.
Presentations are now available (Part 1 andPart 2), as well as the video recording.
Thank you to everyone who attended!
On the morning of May 18,2018 we hosted an NLP@UCSF Symposium, focused on Natural Language Processing of clinical and biomedical text. The meeting featured NLP-enabled research, as well as a technical methods discussion.
NLP@UCSF community organizers are pleased to announce monthly practitioner meetups for those of us who implement or use NLP to enable research or support clinical work. Ongoing meetups are usually scheduled for the last Thursday of every month at 3:30pm. Locations will rotate. This regular meeting is an opportunity for UCSF NLP practitioners to ask questions, discuss approaches and solutions, share best practices as well as the latest news from the field.
Did you know there is a Slack channel for biomedical NLP practitioners on UC Tech Slack? It is envisioned as a space for instant communications, practice Q&A, announcements for UCSF (and other UCs) community of practice around NLP! If you are interested/involved in NLP work, it is probably a good idea to join the channel. Here is how.