You can try out some examples of machine learning models for real life problems that often crop up in industry.
Clinical Trial Risk Tool – this is an online tool using Natural Language Processing to estimate the risk of a clinical trial ending uninformatively. Read more on the project blog site. NLP Survey Dashboard for What Women Want – developed for the White Ribbon Alliance and demoed to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women in 2021 Harmony – an tool for psychology researchers using Natural Language Processing to compare instruments. We developed Harmony for a research collaboration between University of Ulster, University College London, the Universidade Federal de Santa Maria in Brazil, and Fast Data Science for the Wellcome Trust Data Prize in Mental Health. Read more on the Harmony blog site.
The following demos are examples and not intended for production use.
Author prediction demo – a demo of a Forensic Stylometry tool, for identifying who wrote a document out of a set of known authors.