Natural language is crucial to how humanity communicates, synthesizes, and stores information. Our lab solves problems to enable computers to do meaningful work with large volumes of text. We develop methods for natural language processing (NLP) and apply them to a variety of domains in privacy, online social media, and computational social science.
Undergraduates in the lab perform a variety of research activities, including data collection and curation, coding, analysis, presentation of results, and publishing manuscripts. Specific responsibilities vary by student.
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