Yale Grammatical Diversity Project: A project that explores the syntactic diversity of North American varieties of English. I have contributed webpages about two syntactic phenomena to this project:
- All the further. Example: Our car broke down, and Croton was all the further we got.
- Subject contact relatives. Example: There was a farmer had a dog.
CogSci Demos: A webpage of demos, developed with Suhas Arehalli, Hongru Zhu, and Tal Linzen, for teaching concepts important to computational cognitive science: https://cogscidemos.github.io/
North American Computational Linguistics Open Competition (NACLO): NACLO is a contest that introduces high school students to computational linguistics via puzzles. I have contributed the following puzzles:
- Password Confusion. About the poverty of the stimulus.
- Based on one of my papers with Bob Frank and Tal Linzen.
- Cut to the Chase. Applying Unification Grammar to Maasai. Written with Lori Levin.
- Break it Down!. Morphological ambiguity. Written with Sonia Reilly.
- Infer a Surprise. Natural Language Inference.
- Based on one of my papers with Ellie Pavlick and Tal Linzen.
- A Match Made in Vietname. Compounds in Vietnamese.
- By the Same Token. The type-token distinction, plus some Shilha morphology.
- Sri Lankan Names. Named entity recognition in Sinhala. Written with Ali Sharman.
- Better Left Unsaid. A phonological constraint observed across languages.
- A Make-Shift Code. Shift-reduce parsing.
- A Little Tshiluba. Tshiluba noun classes.
- This puzzle was added to the PuzzLing Machines dataset, which uses Linguistics Olympiad puzzles as a challenging evaluation for computational models of language.
- LOLWUT. Applying regular expressions to Internet laughter. Written with Jordan Ho and Patrick Littell.
- Nothing but Net(works). Neural networks.
- That’s an Order. Cebuano logic puzzle. Written with Dorottya Demszky and Yiwei Luo.
- Kings, Queens, and Counts. Word embeddings.
- Easy-Peasy-Malagasy. Malagasy number system.
- Lexicondensed. Rewrite rules.