Computational Linguistics, Research Reproducibility, Social Sciences
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing

Dallas Card

Assistant Professor

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My research focuses on developing and using methods in machine learning and natural language processing to learn about society from text, promoting better and more reproducible data science, and studying the societal impacts of these technologies. I collaborate with colleagues in statistics, linguistics, political science, and other areas of computational social science to investigate how people communicate, the effects of this communication, and to better understand the potential consequences and limitations of data science and artificial intelligence.