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David Yarowsky

September 22, 2015

Dr. Yarowsky’s research focuses on word sense disambiguation, minimally supervised induction algorithms in NLP, and multilingual natural language processing. He earned his bachelor’s (’87) in computer science at Harvard University and his master’s (’93) and PhD (’96) in computer and information science at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Philipp Koehn

September 22, 2015

Koehn’s work is currently focused on statistical machine translation (video), a subject on which he also wrote the textbook and maintains the website. More broadly, his interest is to make use of the vast amount of information that is available in digital form. He was one of the finalists for the 2013 European Inventor Award.

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Hynek Hermansky

September 15, 2015

Hynek Hermansky works on designs and developments of engineering systems that would reliably detect, identify, classify, encode, transmit and reconstruct information contained in sensory signals. His current main research interest is in bio-inspired methods for dealing with unexpected data. He is affiliated with the Center for Language and Speech Processing, where he serves as its […]

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Jason Eisner

Jason Eisner

September 15, 2015

A professor of computer science, Eisner is affiliated with the Center for Language and Speech Processing and the Human Language Technology Center of Excellence, and leads JHU’s cross-departmental machine learning group. His goal is to develop the probabilistic modeling, inference, and learning techniques needed for a unified model of all kinds of linguistic structure. Eisner has written more than […]

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Andreas Andreou

September 8, 2015

Professor Andreas Andreou is the co-founder of the Johns Hopkins University Center for Language and Speech Processing. Research in the Andreou lab is aimed at brain inspired microsystems for sensory information and human language processing. Notable microsystems achievements over the last 25 years include a contrast sensitive silicon retina, the first CMOS polarization sensitive imager, […]

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