Press ReleaseioSquare CEO to Speak at the London Dating Industry Conference on October 14-16, 2015Maxence Bernard, CEO at ioSquare will discuss text analytics and machine learning technologies, and their applications to the dating industry. The conference takes place the day after Ad-Tech London.
New York, NY--Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that IO Square will present at the iDate Dating Industry Conference
Maxence Bernard, CEO at ioSquare will discuss text analytics and machine learning technologies, and their applications to the dating industry.
He will examine how those technologies can be applied to content moderation, scam detection and profile matching, and how they can improve the quality of service, enable new functionalities, and make things more cost-efficient.
The dating industry’s 42nd international iDate summit will be October 14-16, 2015 at the Strand Palace Hotel in London. It commences the day after the London Ad-Tech conference concludes.
Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEMrjTUuMC4 ABOUT IOSQUARE ioSquare
is dedicated to developing a new breed of real-time solutions for organizing text information. In the age of big data and ever-increasing amounts of unstructured information, we help companies automate data processing, and enable them to extract value from text.
ioSquare offers innovative turnkey solutions for social media monitoring, social CRM, content moderation, document tagging and classification.
ABOUT THE IDATE DATING INDUSTRY CONFERENCE
iDate London assembles CEOs from European dating industry sites into one room. The event discusses online dating, social dating, speed dating, mobile dating, affiliate marketing, software and other forms of the business.
For more information, please visit the website http://idate2015.com
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