Data Science Research Center Seminar | Let’s Reveal the Beautiful Interface of Humanities and Data Science | A talk Marc Yu Jia and Jenni Hanhan Zhang
How can students and professors of humanities and data science learn from each other’s unique perspectives in a simple fun way? Can those seemingly unrelated geniuses work together and discover their mysteriously yet shared unknowns? Yes, we have gained insights from our innovative initiative: Dialogue Learning, a whole new AIpowered EdTech media. Want to discover the invisible pattern behind Ernest Hemingway’s writings? Or hope to fall in love with natural-language processing from a case that will blow your mind? Come and join us. Yes, it will be fun!
Marc Yu Jia is co-founder of Dialogue Learning. He has both a M.Sc. and Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from Duke University. As a machine learning expert, he has published numerous peer-reviewed papers in journals and at conferences. He serves as GPSC rep for Duke Bass Connections Advisory Council.
Jenni Hanhan Zhang is co-founder of Dialogue Learning. She has a M.A. in linguistics from Zhejiang University and a M.A. in English literature from NCSU. She co-led the Duke International Book Club and published research papers in literature journals and at conferences. With the academic training in literature and passion for cross-cultural communication, she hopes to kindle people’s curiosity with simple narrative!
The talk will be in English and is open to all members of DKU community.
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