I am a lecturer at the University of Sheffield, working on the intersection of Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning. Current projects include natural language generation, automated fact-checking and imitation learning. I have also worked on semantic parsing, language modelling, information extraction, active learning, clustering and biomedical text mining.
Previously I was a postdoc at the Machine Reading group at UCL working with Sebastian Riedel and the BBC R&D team. Before that I was a member of the NLIP group at the University of Cambridge working with Stephen Clark and a postdoc at the University of Wisconsin-Madison working with Mark Craven.
|Jun 30, 2018||James Thorne was interviewed about our FEVER NAACL2018 paper on the NLP highlights|
|Jun 23, 2018||James Thorne and myself were featured in this article on the Hindu!|
|Jun 11, 2018||Yunita Sari, co-supervised with Mark Stevenson, successfully defended her PhD!|
|May 16, 2018||Two papers accepted in Coling with James Thorne (automated fact checking survey), and Yunita Sari and Mark Stevenson (authorship attribution). See you in Santa Fe!|
|Apr 17, 2018||Talk at the University of Sussex on Imitation Learning, Zero-shot Learning and Automated Fact Checking|