DAN JURAFSKY
Professor and Chair of Linguistics
Professor of Computer Science
Stanford University
        I study computational linguistics and its application to the behavioral and social sciences. I am a past MacArthur Fellow and also write and teach about the language of food.


jurafsky(at)stanford.edu
Margaret Jacks 117
Stanford CA 94305-2150

TWITTER: @jurafsky

BIO

CV

STUDENTS

NLP group

WHERE'S DAN?

LANGUAGE OF FOOD
   blog
   class
   articles

PRESS


   
TEACHING   

AUTUMN 2015

ling294: Grad Proseminar
Fri 10:30-11:20am, Ivan Sag Room

WINTER 2016

ling197a: Undergrad Seminar
Fri 12:30pm-2:20pm,

cs124/ling180:
From Languages to Information

Tu/Thu 3:00-4:20

SPRING 2016

Food Talks: The Language of Food
Tu/Thu 1:30-3:00, Lathrop 282

Previous Courses

MATERIALS
Instructor Materials for
the online NLP MOOC






BOOKS

James Beard 2015 Award Finalist!


3rd edition draft chapters!

2015 ARTICLES     [ALL PUBS]   [GOOGLE SCHOLAR]

Kao, Justine T. and Dan Jurafsky. (to appear). A computational analysis of poetic style: Imagism and its influence on modern professional and amateur poetry. Linguistic Issues in Language Technology.

Jiwei Li and Dan Jurafsky. 2015. Do Multi-Sense Embeddings Improve Natural Language Understanding? Proceedings of EMNLP 2015.

Jiwei Li, Minh-Thang Luong, Dan Jurafsky and Eduard Hovy. 2015. When Are Tree Structures Necessary for Deep Learning of Representations? Proceedings of EMNLP 2015.

Podesva, Robert J., Patrick Callier, Rob Voigt, and Dan Jurafsky. 2015. The connection between smiling and GOAT fronting: Embodied affect in sociophonetic variation. Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 18. [pdf] [bib]

Jiwei Li, Thang Luong, and Dan Jurafsky. 2015. A Hierarchical Neural Autoencoder for Paragraphs and Documents. Proceedings of ACL 2015. [pdf] [bib]

Rob Voigt and Dan Jurafsky. 2015. The Users Who Say "Ni": Audience Identification in Chinese-language Restaurant Reviews. Proceedings of ACL 2015. [pdf] [bib]

Andrew L. Maas, Ziang Xie, Dan Jurafsky, and Andrew Y. Ng. 2015. Lexicon-Free Conversational Speech Recognition with Neural Networks. Proceedings of NAACL 2015. [pdf] [bib]