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119 - Social NLP, with Diyi Yang

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In this episode, Diyi Yang gives us an overview of using NLP models for social applications, including understanding social relationships, processes, roles, and power. As NLP systems are getting used more and more in the real world, they additionally have increasing social impacts that must be studied. We talk about how to get started in this field, what datasets exist and are commonly used, and potential ethical issues. We additionally cover two of Diyi's recent papers, on neutralizing subjective bias in text, and on modeling persuasiveness in text. Diyi Yang is an assistant professor in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech.

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