machine learning department logoBrian MurphyBrian Murphy

formerly Project Scientist
Machine Learning Department, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
BEng Aeronautical Engineering (Queen's Belfast); M.Phil Speech & Language Processing (Trinity Dublin); PhD Computational Linguistics (Trinity Dublin)

In September 2014, I moved to take up a faculty position at Queen's University Belfast. Please visit my new homepage.

GHC 8004, Carnegie Mellon University, 5000 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3891
phone: +1 412 2683953; fax: +1 412 2683431

My interest is in understanding the fine grain of how language is processed in the mind. Several recent developments offer the promise of a comprehensive answer to these questions derived from the "bottom-up": the easy availability of enormous quantities of authentic text over the web, and the more nuanced models that can be derived from this; the application of machine learning and data-mining techniques to decode cognitive states from recordings of neural data; and the development of hybrid models that combine corpus-based, psychologically-founded, and neurally-grounded models of language.

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