Natural Language Processing and Computational Linguistics researcher, specializing in computational humour. PhD in Computer Science, MS in Linguistics, BASc in Software Engineering. Several years of industry work experience as a software developer and QA tester.
My favourite part of programming is the logical, algorithm thinking it takes to design or understand code. That's also what drew me to lingusitics. Currently I'm focusing on developing linguistically-motivated models for NLP tasks (something that's not as common in the NLP community as you may think).
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