SEP Interns

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DIY AI: Sentiment Analysis P2: Implementation

Blog Post Written By: Lisa Lo Once again, we're back to discuss sentiment analysis. In our last post, we went over what sentiment analysis is, why it's useful, and the main approaches to solving sentiment analysis. Now, with all that knowledge in hand, it's time to start coding our own

The Mobbed Mob Blog: A Retrospective of Mob Programming

Blog Authors: Nicole Selig, Dane Acena, Jesse Gallardo, Lakshmi Galla, and Blake Steel For unique situations, sometimes you need unique solutions. Our internship has been anything but what most might consider ordinary. We were five interns thrust into a remote work environment due to the worldwide pandemic. We wondered how

2020 Interns : How the Summer Went

The 2020 Summer Interns share what they loved most about their SEP experience. Name : Julia Gibson Title : Business Intern "I remember emphasizing during my interviews that I wanted to learn how to solve a problem without step by step instruction or a definitive answer. My education has revolved around maintaining

DIY AI: Sentiment Analysis P1: The Overview

Blog Post Written By: Lisa Lo In our last (first?) NLP post, we explored Natural Language Processing (NLP). As mentioned, a great place to start discovery of NLP is sentiment analysis since it’s a well-known and studied problem, but also very useful. So, today we’ll be going over

A Biz-y Summer at SEP

Blog Post Written By: Jaala Naylor Coming into a summer of uncertainty, I wasn't sure what to expect from a remote internship at a software company. As a business student with a few years' of college experience,  I anticipated feeling a bit out of place among software engineers. I was