SIPA's Webinar on Machine Learning: Practical Applications including Market Segmentation, Predictive Coding and Process Improvement

You have the content and the data, now what's the next step? Learn how a traditional publisher has built out data competencies--collection, management and analysis--and leveraged machine learning for new products and internal process improvement.

Columbia Books will share multiple examples where they've applied machine learning, such as leveraging natural language processing to detect patterns in federal grant descriptions that enabled them to create a proprietary, subscription-only database with meaningful, precise categories.

Register today for SIPA's Webinar on Machine Learning: Practical Applications including Market Segmentation, Predictive Coding and Process Improvement and pose your questions to Duncan Bell, vice president of data services, or sign up and receive the recording to watch at your convenience. 

Presenter

Duncan Bell, Vice President, Data Services, Columbia Books, Inc.
Duncan is Vice President of Data Services and Columbia Books & Information Services, a publisher of data and compliance information across a number of verticals. Duncan has been working in data for 7 years and is passionate about the power of data to improve efficiency and derive insight. He has experience working with large government datasets including non-profit tax form “990” data, federal lobbying disclosures, and Grants.gov federal funding opportunities. Duncan has oversaw the publication of many print products, including the Almanac of American Politics, the United States Congress Handbook, Association CEO Compensation Report, and the Nation Trade & Professional Associations Directory. Additionally, his team is responsible for the upkeep and progression of subscription database websites AssociationExecs.com, Lobbyists.info, and TheGrantScape.com.

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