Yoav Artzi is an Assistant Professor at Cornell Tech and the Department of Computer Science at Cornell University. His research is in the intersection of natural language processing and machine learning. His work focuses on systems that can learn to understand natural language from situated interactions. 

Previously, Yoav received his Ph.D. from the University of Washington in 2015, where he was advised by Luke Zettlemoyer, and was awarded the Microsoft Research Ph.D. Fellowship and the Yahoo Key Scientific Award.

FEATURED COURSE

Natural Language Processing

Credits 3.0

This course constitutes an introduction to natural language processing (NLP), the goal of which is to enable computers to use human languages as input, output, or both. NLP is at the heart of many of today's most exciting technological achievements, including machine translation, automatic conversational assistants and Internet search. Possible topics include summarization, machine translation, sentiment analysis and information extraction as well as methods for handling the underlying phenomena (e.g., syntactic analysis, word sense disambiguation, and discourse analysis).