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Sentiment Analysis Symposium Presentation

I am comfortably ensconced at the Sentiment Analysis Symposium today.  Below is the presentation I will be giving in a few hours, where I discuss the major aspects of optimizing accuracy, crowdsourcing, and understanding the […]

Salience and Homonyms

Language is confusing, imprecise, and often times illogical. The fact that “Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo” is a grammatically correct sentence in the English language is enough to make you tear your […]

Sentiment and the Smiley Face

Emoticons and emoji have quickly become standard indicators of tone in casual text conversations. On mediums like Twitter, where users only have 140 characters to express themselves, these symbols can convey a lot about a […]

San Francisco Sentiment Analysis Symposium

The annual Sentiment Analysis Symposium is coming up on October 30th, 2012 in San Francisco. Seth Grimes, the organizer, is a pioneer in the field of sentiment analysis, and an all-around stellar guy. We’re big […]

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