Praxis Business School participated in the 7th International Conference on Business Analytics and Intelligence at IIM Bangalore. Assistant Professor, Gourab Nath of Praxis Business School presented the first paper titled ‘An attempt to detect fake messages circulated in WhatsApp’.
Gnaneshwar Adhi, Praxis Alumnus, currently working as an Analyst in LTF, presented a talk about ‘Fake Message Alarms’, ‘Fact Checking Algorithm’, and the different characteristics of ‘Fake WhatsApp Messages’.
During the presentation, Professor Gourab mentioned that only the alarm signs are not sufficient to trace the fake messages and additional assumptions need to be made which clubbed together may help to better distinguish the same.
During the conference, the second paper titled ‘A review on imbalanced data techniques: a case study on credit card default prediction’ was presented at the conference.
The 3rd paper titled ‘Cluster Analysis of Customer Reviews : clustering and summarizing customer reviews for manufacturers to identify customer satisfaction level’ was presented after that.
Professor Gourab also discussed the process of product feature identification during the presentation. During the presentation at the conference, Rishav Nath, a student of Integrated MSc in Statistics at University of Kalyani, introduced review-features matrix and how hierarchical clustering algorithm can be used to cluster customer reviews.
Randeep Ghosh, Praxis Alumnus, currently working as an Analyst – Retail Risk at HSBC Bangalore, talked about opinion extraction algorithm during the presentation. Praxis Alumnus, Ridhi Luthra, introduces the problem of credit card default and Rahul Chellani, talks about importance of feature selection during the presentation in the conference.