Cornell NLP

The Cornell Natural Language Processing Group is a diverse team of researchers interested in computational models of human language and machine learning. We apply a computational lens to a broad set of problems in the areas of linguistic analysis, natural language understanding systems, social science, and humanities. We are a cross-campus group located both in Ithaca and the Tech campus in NYC. The group includes members from the departments of Computer Science, Information Science, and Linguistics.

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Recent News

The work of Kaelyn Lamp, Marten van Schijndel, and colleagues on the xenophobia meter project is featured on the Cornell Chronicle [Jan 2022]

Claire Cardie elected fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

Sasha Rush and collaborators at Hugging Face win best demo paper at EMNLP 2021 for the paper "Datasets: A Community Library for Natural Language Processing"

ACL 2021 Test of Time award for 2011 paper written at Cornell by Myle Ott, Yejin Choi, Claire Cardie and Jeff Hancock on deceptive opinion spam [Aug 2021]

Lillian Lee receives ACL 2021 Distinguished Service Award [Aug 2021]

Valts Blukis, Yoav Artzi, and collaborators from Nvidia/UofT/UW win the ALFRED robotic instruction following challenge [Jul 2021]

Tianze Shi and Lillian Lee won the 2021 Shared Task at the 17th International Conference on Parsing Technologies [Jul 2021]