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William Lane is a PhD candidate in the College of Indigenous Futures, Arts, and Society. His research interests lie in the fields of computational linguistics, applied machine learning, software engineering, and language learning. He holds an undergraduate degree in Linguistics from Brigham Young University, and a Master of Science degree in computational linguistics from the University of Washington. Prior to commencing his studies at CDU, he worked as a natural language processing data scientist and software engineer in Seattle, developing information extraction and text retrieval systems.
William's current PhD research focuses on approaches to modeling morphologically complex languages, and applying those models in a way that supports the goals of the communities who speak these languages. For example, software which supports language documentation, learning, and literacy.
Lane, W. & Bird, S., 2019, Proceedings of the 17th Annual Workshop of the Australasian Language Technology Association. p. 1-9 9 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference Paper published in Proceedings › peer-reviewOpen Access