DAN JURAFSKY

Professor of Linguistics
Professor of Computer Science            
Stanford University


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

Dan and his colleagues in the Stanford NLP group and Computational Linguistics program study natural language processing, speech processing, dialogue, Chinese, and applications to the behavioral and social sciences.

Dan is a past MacArthur Fellow and also writes and teaches about the language of food.


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TEACHING   

WINTER 2014
cs124/ling180:
From Languages to Information

Tu/Thu 3:15-4:30, in 420-040


SPRING 2014
ling197a:
Undergraduate Research Seminar

Mon 2:15-4:05


cs224s/ling285:
Spoken Language Processing

Tu/Thu 2:15-3:30
Office Hours Mondays 12:30-1:30


OTHER:
Online NLP MOOC Materials

PAST COURSES




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Dan Jurafsky, Victor Chahuneau, Bryan R. Routledge, and Noah A. Smith. 2014. Narrative framing of consumer sentiment in online restaurant reviews. First Monday 19:4. [bib]

Heeyoung Lee, Mihai Surdeanu, Bill MacCartney, and Dan Jurafsky. 2014. On the Importance of Text Analysis for Stock Price Prediction. In Proceedings of the 9th edition of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC), 2014. [pdf] [bib]

Kevin Reschke, Martin Jankowiak, Mihai Surdeanu, Christopher D. Manning, and Daniel Jurafsky. 2014. Event Extraction Using Distant Supervision. In Proceedings of the 9th edition of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC), 2014. [pdf] [bib]

Tim Althoff, Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, Dan Jurafsky. 2014. How to Ask for a Favor: A Case Study on the Success of Altruistic Requests. AAAI ICWSM 2014 [bib]

Rob Voigt, Robert J. Podesva and Dan Jurafsky. 2014. Body Movement Correlates with Prosodic Indicators of Engagement. Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2014. [pdf] [bib]

Elie Bursztein, Angelique Moscicki, Celine Fabry, Steven Bethard, John C. Mitchell, and Dan Jurafsky. 2014. Easy Does It: More Usable CAPTCHAs. To appear in Proceedings of ACM CHI.