Saturday, March 14, 2015
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
South Hall, UC Berkeley
InfoCamp is an “unconference” — an intimate seminar-style event for anybody interested in information-related topics, including user experience, data science, information architecture, interaction design, informatics, and information and communication technologies for development.

Audio & Video

Video from February 18 Special Lecture (length: 58:42)
Video from February 4 Special Lecture (length: 55:15)
Video from February 4 Dean's Lecture (length: 1:15:52)

Don't Miss

March 11
Machine learning and natural language processing provide a framework for extracting meaning from text — but what can they tell us about the people in those texts?
March 18

Neil Cohn is internationally recognized for his research on the overlap of sequential images and language in cognition.

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