Weakly-supervised Modeling of Language, Social, and Behavioral Abstractions for Microblog Political Discourse Classification
Kristen Johnson is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University advised by Prof. Dan Goldwasser. She is broadly interested in social computing - the application of machine learning and natural language processing techniques to solve computational social science problems. Her works have been published in ACL, COLING, and ICWSM. She has served as the computer science representative for the Purdue Women in Science Programs, a Local Sponsorships and Exhibits Chair for NAACL 2018, and the Widening NLP (WiNLP) 2019 Social Media Chair.