Semantic Knowledge for Commodity Computing: Myth or Reality? Focus on Information Mining and Intelligence: How Much Inference Is Needed?

Speaker  Susan Dumais, Luke Zettlemoyer, Amit Sheth, and M. Srikanth

Affiliation  Microsoft, University of Washington, Wright University

Duration  01:36:04

Date recorded  19 July 2011

Evelyne Viegas chairs this session at Faculty Summit 2011, which includes the following presentations.

  • Text and Context: Using Context to Better Understand Searcher’s Intentions—Susan Dumais, Microsoft Research
  • Learning to Map Sentences to Meaning—Luke Zettlemoyer, University of Washington
  • Citizen Sensing – Opportunities and Challenges in Mining Social Signals and Perceptions—Amit Sheth, Wright University
  • Semantics and Knowledge-Enabled Experiences for Search and Discovery—M. Srikanth, Microsoft
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