We released the pre-print of our paper "Tell Me Who Your Friends Are: Using Content Sharing Behavior for News Source Veracity Detection".
I am a PhD Student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (since 2017). My research interests include machine learning and natural language processing methods and applications, particularly to misinformation, and semantic change and bias.
Currently, my research focus on methods for semantic change detection and language representation. My goal is to find ways to understand and explain the divergence in language usage in different domains, and how those can be used by humans and machines.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Troy, NY, USA
I may write a blog one day
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|2021/02/01||Fake it Till You Make it: Self-Supervised Semantic Shifts for Monolingual Word Embedding Tasks||[Paper] [Code]|
|2021/01/15||Tell Me Who Your Friends Are: Using Content Sharing Behavior for News Source Veracity Detection||[Paper] [Code]|
|2020/12/13||SChME at SemEval-2020 Task 1: A Model Ensemble for Detecting Lexical Semantic Change||[Paper] [Code]|
|2020/07/13||What is BitChute? Characterizing the "Free Speech" Alternative to YouTube||[Paper]|
|2020/03/18||NELA-GT-2019: A large multi-labelled news dataset for the study of misinformation in news articles||[Paper] [Dataset]|
|2018/06/07||An Exploration of Unreliable News Classification in Brazil and The US||[Paper]|