OxNLP is a reading group and seminar series for students, faculty and researchers who are interested in the latest developments in adaptable and interpretable natural language processing algorithms.
Its current members are based in the Oxford e-Research Centre (OeRC) and the Oxford Man Institute (OMI) in the Department of Engineering Science; the Department of Computer Science; the Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics; the Department of Statistics; the Oxford Internet Institute (OII); and the Department of Economics.
Maximilian Ahrens (OMI), Dragos Gorduza (OMI) and Isabelle Lorge.
Janet Pierrehumbert (OeRC), Xiaowen Dong (OMI), Geoffrey Nichols (Statistics), Scott Hale (OII).
The research interests of the group are focused on:
- social and temporal variability in language
- improved methods for extracting meaning and making logical and pragmatic inferences
- applications of NLP in predicting and forecasting human behaviour
- theoretical foundations of NLP methodology in computer science and linguistic theory.
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