In this episode of our Strata Data series we’re joined by James Dreiss, Senior Data Scientist at international news syndicate Reuters.
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James and I sat down to discuss his talk from the conference “Document vectors in the wild, building a content recommendation system,” in which he details how Reuters implemented document vectors to recommend content to users of their new “infinite scroll” page layout. In our conversation we take a look at what document vectors are and how they’re created, how they tested the accuracy of their models, and the future of embeddings for natural language processing.
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Mentioned in the Interview
- Presentation: Document vectors in the wild, building a content recommendation system
- gensim Python Library
- Strata Data Conference Series Page
- TWiML Presents: Series page
- TWiML Events Page
- TWiML Meetup
- TWiML Newsletter
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