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Report Title: Application of Machine Learning in Consulting Services
Reported by: Kai Zhang
Report time: 9:00 on November 15, 2022
Report location: Tencent Online Meeting: 332-481-711
Sponsored by: Academy of Science and Technology
Youth Science and Technology Association of Harbin Engineering University
Organized by: College of Computer Science and Technology
Report content: PwC is a cross national professional service network with more than 250,000 employees in 158 countries and 721 locations. PwC provides high-quality audit, assurance, consulting, tax, legal and digital services to more than 5000 clients in Australia. As a part of the company, the digital solutions developed by PwC enterprise have been patented and exported to PwC's global network and PwC's clients base. In this speech, Dr. Kai Zhang will introduce some effective methods for cross line application of NLP in PwC' global network, including a method for extracting information from invoice scanning using a customized short-term memory network. The consulting cases in document matching will also be introduced. This work requires accurate matching between a large number of resumes and job descriptions, and the introduction of effective solutions.
Brief introduction to the reporter: Kai Zhang, a doctor of machine learning from University of Sydney, the chief data scientist and senior manager of PwC Australia, leads the artificial intelligence work of PwC. His AI experience covers the cross-line services of PwC's global network, mainly tax figures, audit, financial services, risk consulting and healthcare. He once served as a researcher in the School of Information Technology of Monash University and was appointed as a senior researcher of Monash University in 2018. His main research fields are computer vision, text mining, activity recognition and user modeling.