Birmingham B15 2TT
I am an assistant professor in Computer Science at the University of Birmingham and a member of the ELLIS Society. My research focuses on Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
I am interested in data-centric NLP and topics such as dynamic evaluation frameworks for NLP, active learning, unit testing for NLP and AI, adversarial attacks, data augmentation and data generation.
My current projects span across problems such as natural language understanding, theory of mind and AI, automatic fact checking, and algorithmic fairness.
|Oct 23, 2023||I have been accepted as a member of the ELLIS society.|
|Sep 18, 2023||I presented an invited talk at GATE Institute for Big Data for Smart Society|
|Aug 2, 2023||I was invited to give a guest lecture at INSAIT: Institute for CS, AI and Technology|
|Jun 7, 2023||I gave an invited presentation at The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft|