|Alfio Massimiliano Gliozzo
Research Manager - Knowledge Induction, IBM T.J. Watson Research
Alfio Gliozzo is a researcher with over 13 years of postdoctoral experience in the field of Artificial Intelligence. He manages the Knowledge Induction department at IBM T.J. Watson Research and he is a global leader for the area of Knowledge in IBM research AI. His research focuses on automatic induction of knowledge graphs from text and their exploitation for enterprise AI solutions. He published approximately 100 scientific publications, including books, papers and patents. He was part of the Deep QA team that developed Watson, the system that defeated the Jeopardy! grand masters.
Eduardo D. Glandt Distinguished Professor - Department of Computer and information Science, University of Pennsylvania
Dan Roth is the Eduardo D. Glandt Distinguished Professor at the Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Pennsylvania and a Fellow of the AAAS, the ACM, AAAI, and the ACL. In 2017 Roth was awarded the John McCarthy Award, the highest award the AI community gives to mid-career AI researchers. Roth was recognized “for major conceptual and theoretical advances in the modeling of natural language understanding, machine learning, and reasoning.” Roth has published broadly in machine learning, natural language processing, knowledge representation and reasoning, and learning theory, and has developed advanced machine learning based tools for natural language applications that are being used widely. Until February 2017 Roth was the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR). Prof. Roth received his B.A Summa cum laude in Mathematics from the Technion, Israel, and his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Harvard University in 1995.
Managing Director - Goldman Sachs
Professor - Computer Science and Engineering Department, University of California, San Diego
Assistant Professor - Department of Computer Science, University of Princeton
Danqi is an assistant professor of Computer Science at Princeton University. Previously, she was a visiting research scientist at Facebook AI Research (Seattle). She received her PhD from the Computer Science Department at Stanford University, where she was advised by Christopher Manning and worked in the Stanford NLP Group. Before that, she was an undergraduate student from the Special Pilot CS Class supervised by Andrew Yao at Tsinghua University. Her main research interests lie within deep learning for natural language processing, and she is particularly interested in the intersection between text understanding and knowledge representation/reasoning.
More details to follow.
For general inquiries about the KDF workshop and participation, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.