I am a fourth-year Computer Science Ph.D. student in the Center for Language and Speech Processing at Johns Hopkins University and advised by Dr. Benjamin Van Durme. I am researching fairness in natural language processing, focusing on the impacts of complex representations of gender. I previously worked on end-to-end topic modeling, relaxing common assumptions to facilitate expert and non-expert usage. From the summer of 2011 through the summer of 2013 I worked at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, where I applied natural language processing to social media and cyber data and implemented task-driven dictionary learning in a parallelized parameter search framework. In 2011 I earned my Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics from Harvey Mudd College, where I concentrated on applied mathematics and statistics.
Streaming Word Embeddings with the Space-Saving Algorithm
Chandler May, Kevin Duh, Benjamin Van Durme, and Ashwin Lall
Social Bias in Elicited Natural Language Inference
Rachel Rudinger, Chandler May, and Benjamin Van Durme
Proceedings of the First ACL Workshop on Ethics in Natural Language Processing, 2017
Topic Identification and Discovery on Text and Speech
Chandler May, Francis Ferraro, Alan McCree, Jonathan Wintrode, Daniel Garcia-Romero, and Benjamin Van Durme
Proceedings of the 2015 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, 2015
Particle Filter Rejuvenation and Latent Dirichlet Allocation
Chandler May, Alex Clemmer, and Benjamin Van Durme
Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, 2014
Code for specific research projects is listed above; here is a short list of software I’ve contributed to that isn’t directly associated with a research project.