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Hi, I am a second-year M.S. candidate in Symbolic Systems at Stanford University, where I am fortunate to be advised by Michael C. Frank. I am actively applying for doctoral programs in natural language processing, computational psycholinguistics, and computational social science for Fall 2020. At Stanford, I work at:

I aim to make machines achieve learning and reasoning capabilities closer to human learners. Specifically, I want to make machines master human languages. Besides, my favorite quote is from Andrew Ng: Artificial Intelligence is the New Electricity. Therefore, I am also passionate about applying ML and NLP techniques for the social good. Overall, my research interests are (including but not limited to):

  • Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Decision Making Under Uncertainty
  • Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics
  • Computational Social Science, Computational Cognitive Science
  • Language Variation and Change, Language Acquisition, Pragmatic Reasoning
  • AI for Social Good (Education, Mental Health, Sustainable Development)

Prior to Stanford, I spent 4 years as an undergraduate in Computer Science and Linguistics at Emory University, where I worked with Jinho D. Choi in Emory NLP Lab on natural language processing and Roberto Franzosi in Emory Program for Computer-Assisted Coding of Events (PC-ACE) on computational social science.



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Hang Jiang, Xianzhe Zhang, and Jinho D. Choi
Automatic Text-based Personality Recognition on Monologues and Multiparty Dialogues Using Attentive Networks and Contextual Embeddings
AAAI 2020, Student Abstract and Poster Program, Spotlight Presentation (20/287)
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Hang Jiang*, Haoshen Hong*, Yuxing Chen*, and Vivek Kulkarni
DialectGram: Detecting Dialectal Variation at Multiple Geographic Resolutions
Society for Computation in Linguistics (SCiL) 2020, Oral Presentation
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Hang Jiang, and Jinho D. Choi
Automatic Personality Prediction with Attention-based Neural Networks
Electronic Theses and Dissertations, Emory University, Highest Honors
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