Evelyn L. Kent
Evelyn L. Kent is a text analytics consultant who specializes in helping clients design systems to best autoclassify their content. With 15 years of experience creating, producing and analyzing content, Evelyn understands how people write, store and think about it. She uses this combination of experience and knowledge to quickly solve information issues that impact organizations and identify the ways they can benefit from text analytics. She is an executive board member of the Cognitive Computing Consortium where she brings a practitioner’s perspective to analysis of the cognitive computing industry.
Dr. Lou Glassy is a computer science generalist with a broad knowledge encompassing both the theoretical and practical aspects of computing. He has 20 years of experience in computing, research and development, and teaching. He has a particular interest in text analytics and recently created a document classifier that uses natural language processing and machine learning. His Ph.D dissertation, Missing Text Reconstruction examines using pattern recognition to reconstruct text missing from ancient documents. His recent projects include document categorization using text analytics, natural language processing and machine learning; digital media forensics; and data science.
Dr. Lou Glassy
Dr. Neal Krawetz
Photo forensics expert and images adviser
Dr. Krawetz earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Texas A&M University and bachelor’s degree in Computer and Information Science from the University of California, Santa Cruz. In 2002, he founded Hacker Factor Solutions where he specializes in non-traditional computer forensics, online profiling, and computer security. His research into anti-anonymity technologies combines fields as vast as ergonomics and child development to artificial intelligence and theoretical biophysics. He is the author of three books and numerous articles, and is a popular speaker at local and national conferences. His work experience spans small startup companies, academic and university environments, and large Fortune-100 corporations.