Machine Learning, AI, Computational Linguistics, and Information Retrieval

Developing methods that allow computers to perform learned tasks autonomously, creating practical solutions for human needs.

Research Projects

Computational Thinking to Unlock the Japanese American WWII Camp Experience
Principal Investigator(s): Richard Marciano
Research Areas: Archival Science > Machine Learning, AI, Computational Linguistics, and Information Retrieval
Exploring the legacy of WWII Japanese American Incarceration through computational archival science approaches.
Machine Learning Strategies for FDR Presidential Library Collections (ML-FDR)
Principal Investigator(s): Richard Marciano
Research Areas: Archival Science > Data Science, Analytics, and Visualization > Machine Learning, AI, Computational Linguistics, and Information Retrieval
Demonstrate computational treatments of digital cultural assets using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) techniques that can help unlock hard-to-reach archival content related to WWII-era records housed at the FDR Presidential Library. This content is under-utilized by scholars examining American responses to the Holocaust.

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A Murky World: Navigating Ethical Considerations in Data-Driven Research

INFO researchers developed a tool to help data scientists wade through ethical issues