The field of natural language processing (NLP), explores the intersection of human languages and artificial intelligence (AI). While incredible progress has been made in this field, such as the advent of ChatGPT, human biases are often replicated and even exacerbated in language models. Language models are the result of utilizing machine learning with instances of human language such as newspaper articles. Gender bias is also present in these language models, especially as it relates to individuals who use neopronouns, or “new pronouns” (e.g. ey/em). These pronouns often fail to even be identified as such.
Lain is an undergraduate studying Natural Language Processing (NLP) at Cornell University. They are majoring in computer science and intend to graduate in 2026. Lain grew up in New York City. They love performing, and have been onstage at Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden and Citi Field. They also love to learn from others and will happily engage in intellectual conversations (especially when someone else is excited). They hope to work in making AI more inclusive.
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