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In addition to world-class academic work, a distinguishing characteristic of our research is that it engages deeply with external communities, organizations, and industry to address real-world problems and contexts that amplify the direct societal and commercial impact of our research.

Research Events

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LMSS & DLS @ Cornell Tech: Kathleen McKeown (Columbia University)

"Where Natural Language Processing Meets Societal Needs": The large amount of language available online today makes it possible to think about how to learn from this language to help address needs faced by society. In this talk, I will describe research in our group on summarization and social media analysis that addresses several different challenges.
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LMSS @ Cornell Tech: Sam Bowman (New York University)

Sam Bowman is an Assistant Professor of Linguistics and Data Science at New York University. He studies artificial neural network models for natural language understanding, with a focus on building and evaluating reusable sentence encoders and on applications of artificial neural network models to scientific questions involving syntax and semantics.
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Seminar @ Cornell Tech: Sendhil Mullainathan

To be announced.
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LMSS @ Cornell Tech: Pedro Felipe Felzenszwalb (Brown University)

Pedro Felipe Felzenszwalb is a Professor of Engineering and Computer Science at Brown University. His main research interests are in computer vision, artificial intelligence, machine learning and discrete algorithms.
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Seminar @ Cornell Tech: Dieter Fox

To be announced.