MeLeL: Machines Learning Languages

Equipment/facility: lab


    Natural language processing (NLP) has become pervasive in our lives: through translation applications, search engines, automated personal assistants, and more. Our group conducts research throughout this applicative field of artificial intelligence, asking questions about the interface between linguistic structures and machine learning algorithms; examining the ways in which language can and should be represented in terms that computers can grapple with; analyzing the text produced by people on social media and across usage of various applications; and other ongoing projects.


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