#introductions Hey everyone. I am a PhD Student in Computational Linguistics. My main research interest is computational linguistics for under resourced languages. I am particularly interested in computational linguistics for Bantu languages because of the extremely complex morphology that they bring to the table.
I am also doing research in sentiment analysis on stance detection and irony/sarcasm detection. Most of my research is on machine learning approaches.
coding eureka Show more
I was literally coding my own infinitely expanding xml attack in my python music informatics project.
It works a little better now that I caught that down from running out of ram on my 80 gig machine to a cool 800 mb. Haha *sheepishly keeps coding*
@cattebune holy fuck everyone except me has so much computing just fuckin lying around
i mean, i have a 64gb SD card i can tape to a balloon and hope it ends up in the cloud
video game Show more
Just got gnasty gnorc! Yes!
linguistics podcast opinion Show more
I think Michelle McSweeny does a much better job of explaining linguistic phenomenon on subtext than John McWorter does on lexicon valley. McWorter seems to say a lot of things based upon a hunch. I imagine he has research to back it up but it's not evident from the way he presents it.
Hello, I'm Askel. I'm a student in political sciences. I like to gather resources on survivalism, cooking, arts and crafts, and useful skills, which is why I'm here. I also like to gather resources on fiction writing.
I'm not interested in discourses or debates, and try to avoid those.
My pronouns are she/her, I'm over 21, and my main quality is intense curiosity.
Nice to meet yall
hi folks, guess i should make an #introduction?
i'm a very tired 20-something who's been through just about every social network there is. you can call me oat. i wouldn't be able to survive without my i.v. bag of vanilla latte.
i'm working towards my B.A. in psychology (via online classes). i work for one of the states - won't tell you which one, though!
nice to meet y'all. :)
Hey everyone, I’m here to make my #introduction! I’m working on my M.S. in ecology. My thesis is about conservation genetics in Blanding’s turtles. I’m mainly interested in endangered species #conservation and would love to work for a federal agency or a zoo someday. I appreciate all living organisms and have worked with sweet potatoes, freshwater mussels, aquatic insects, tropical bats, and wetland turtles!
Hi! Still figuring this out? Here's my #introduction
I'm a 20 y/o student of Psychology with a minor in Classical Studies! I have a love of the performing arts and am an indie voice actor as well as stage actor. I'm also nonbinary, chronically ill, and am learning Polish and ASL! I go by multiple names and don't want to use my legal one on here /yet/ so you can call me Shiloh, Keetz, or Mal!
Social media stuff on an academic journal author submission page Show more
*Cries, in academic*
Odysseus on tumbleweed seems to work perfectly! Thanks for all the work you do.
music informatics final project Show more
Working on a conditional random field based phonetic transcriber with alignments using what I learned about score following in my music informatics class.
This could be pretty valuable for adding phoneme alignments to free corpora like librespeech if it works. Fingers crossed
Baby It's Cold Outside pulled by radio station, citing #MeToo https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-46413209
department brag Show more
Just went to another favorable defense! Third one this month for comp Ling :)
dangerous cuteness, tardigrade Show more
Cought a video of a little pigglet looking up and waving. You're welcome.
PhD Student of Computational Linguistics at Indiana University
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