Can the emotions in your tweets help predict flu outbreaks? That’s what Svitlana Volkova, PhD ’15, wants to find out.
Researchers study Google Trends data for period after controversial Netflix show’s March debut.
In 2014, CLSP alums Xuchen Yao and Guoguo Chen founded Kitt.AI. Kitt.AI built and powered chatbots and voice based applications that can be used on multiple devices. The Seattle-based company recently announced it’s acquisition by Baidu. Baidu is a Chinese website and search engine, similar to Google. Xuchen Yao remarked on the acquisition with a blog post he published […]
Starting on July 3rd, the 2017 Frederick Jelinek Memorial Summer Workshop will begin at the Carnegie Mellon University Language Technologies Institute in Pittsburgh, PA. As part of the of the Johns Hopkins University CLSP summer workshop series, the program will consist of a two-week summer school and a six-week workshop. Researchers and students attend the workshop […]
Advances in artificial intelligence are improving the possibility of real-time language translation. Philipp Koehn, professor of computer science and member of the Center for Language and Speech Processing, comments.
Suchi Saria and Carol Reiley were profiled by Forbes.com as leading women in the research field of artificial intelligence.
Ralph Etienne-Cummings, professor and chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is serving as co-chair of an international conference, the IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems.
In a Q&A with Inverse Innovation, Suchi Saria discusses her research in using machine learning algorithms to tailor treatment and improve outcomes for clinical patients.
Amazon has selected Johns Hopkins University among the first four schools to receive support from the Alexa Fund Fellowship, a new program designed to encourage advances in voice communication between people and machines.