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About Evan Li
Evan is a computer science student at Columbia University. He is interested in applying natural language processing to analyze online conversations.
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The past couple weeks, I have also been struggling with the question of how useful/novel my research is. When I joined Prof Yu's NLP lab in the school year as an assistant, my tasks were a lot m...
- I believe my research of detecting fallacious arguments is part of a larger project in the NLP community that aims to teach machines reasoning capabilities through language, which can be ap...
I resonate with Joachim's point on conducting research in the in-between of humanities and STEM. When conducting such research projects, I often find it hard to balance both qualitative and quan...
- Last week the trainings and discussions we had cut across the disciplines. How does the interdisciplinary nature of this program, the fact that students are focusing on such a diverse range...
Hi Mia, I agree with your point on how everyone has their own unique leadership and communication style. In my past experiences tutoring K-12 students, I've found myself adapting my teaching met...
1. How has your understanding of leadership changed from our workshops on this topic (or has it)?
Initially, I thought that leaders required a special type of personality with a specific s...