Posted on: Fri Nov 24 2023
Effective Data Visualization for Business Communication and Decision Making
This webinar showcases the importance of data visualization in relaying analytics results and crafting compelling data-driven stories, showcasing successful and cautionary examples to illustrate effective practices.
Posted on: Fri Nov 17 2023
Natural Language Processing for Risk Intelligence | Webinar Series (2/5)
In this webinar, Dr. Chao He demonstrates the game-changing potential of artificial intelligence and natural language processing (NLP) in empowering financial institutions to proactively identify and mitigate risks, make informed decisions, and seize opportunities ahead of the curve.
Posted on: Fri Nov 10 2023
Sentiment Influences on Sentiment with Discussion in Football Subreddits | Webinar Series (1/5)
This research examines sentiment contagion in social media, revealing its influence and providing valuable insights into how exposure content and individual heterogeneity impact the contagious spread of sentiments.
Posted on: Thu Oct 21 2021
Using Social Media to Analyze Public Concerns and Policy Responses to COVID-19 in Hong Kong
This webinar will provide an overview of a large-scale social media analysis of COVID-19 in Hong Kong, including the development of a Cantonese sentiment classification model to gauge public approval of anti-epidemic policies and the proposal of a keyphrase extraction technique to further extract public opinions.
Posted on: Fri Sep 24 2021
FinBERT for Financial Sentiment Classification
This webinar will provide an overview of a pre-trained financial domain-specific BERT model, FinBERT, that uses a large corpus of financial communication. The work empirically shows that FinBERT outperforms simpler NLP tasks and the generic domain BERT model.
Posted on: Thu Sep 16 2021
The Secret to Finding a Match: A Field Experiment on Choice Capacity Design in an Online Dating Platform
In this webinar, the speaker will discuss the effect of different choice capacities on the number of choices and matches made on a platform by conducting a randomized field experiment in collaboration with an online dating platform.
CBSA in the Media: 香港經濟日報HKET
Developed by Prof. Carlos Fernández-Loría, Assistant Professor of Information Systems, SHARI is a text-based game master for enthusiasts of tabletop roleplaying games (TTRPGs).
Learn about the transformative potential, challenges, and cutting-edge technologies associated with harnessing data from social media and news platforms for financial market surveillance.