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Anna Rumshisky, MS, PhD

School of Engineering>Electrical Engineering and Computer Science | Computational Science and Engineering | Other
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About Anna

Anna Rumshisky is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, where she heads the Text Machine Lab for NLP. Her primary research area is machine learning for natural language processing, with a focus on deep learning techniques. She has made contributions in a number of application areas, including computational lexical semantics, temporal reasoning and argument mining, as well as clinical informatics and computational social science. She received her PhD from Brandeis University and completed postdoctoral training at MIT CSAIL, where she is currently a Research Affiliate. She is a recipient of the NSF CAREER award in 2017, and her work won the best thematic paper award at NAACL-HLT 2019.

STEM Keywords

AI, Deep Learning

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Anna In the News

Mining physicians’ notes for medical insights: A new approach to algorithmically distinguishing words with multiple possible meanings could help find useful data in electronic medical records.

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Analyzing Online Posts Could Help Spot Future Mass Shooters and Terrorists

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New App Will Track Cheers, Jeers During Clinton-Trump Debate

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