Amit Kumar Jaiswal
Amit is a Ph.D. Student as well as a Marie Curie researcher at the University of Bedfordshire working on Quantum Information Retrieval. His current and future research interests include (but not limited) Information Retrieval, Natural Language Processing, Deep Learning, and complex search tasks. His main research goal is to apply quantum theory to Information seeking and retrieval in order to build a quantum model inspired by Information Foraging Theory.
Search Solutions 2018 Review
By Amit Kumar Jaiswal on 20th January 2019
Search Solutions is an important event in the world of search & information retrieval that is held in London every November. Search Solutions is comprised of sessions, keynote talks, panels, tutorials and unconference sessions like Fishbowl from top-notch researchers and influencers in search and information retrieval. Search Solutions was held at the BCS just off […]
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