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Lauri Karttunen

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Personal bio
I am an Adjunct Professor in Linguistics at Stanford and an ACL Fellow. I started my academic life as a semanticist and switched over to computational linguistics in the 1980s. During my many years at Xerox I did pioneering work on finite-state technology and its linguistic applications. Currently I am back in semantics thinking about local textual inference at Stanford. I am a member of a group of researchers at the Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI). The name of our group is Language and Natural Reasoning. My current research project is about Textual Inference with Neural Networks.

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