- 2018/07: I will be attending ICCSS in Evanston in July.
- 2018/06: I will be attending NAACL in New Orleans in June.
- 2017/09: I will be attending Text as Data at Princeton in October.
- 2016/01: I am currently a visiting student at the University of Washingotn.
I am working at the intersection of machine learning, natural language processing, and computational social science. Broadly speaking, I am interested in what we can learn about society from what people write - in the news, social media, historical documents, and more!
- Dallas Card and Noah A. Smith. The Importance of Calibration for Estimating Proportions from Annotations. In Proceedings of NAACL, New Orleans, LA (2018). [Supplementary]
- Chenhao Tan, Dallas Card, Noah A. Smith. Friendships, Rivalries, and Trysts: Characterizing Relations between Ideas in Text. In Proceedings of ACL, Vancouver, BC (2017).
- Dallas Card, Justin H. Gross, Amber E. Boydstun, Noah A. Smith. Analyzing Framing Through the Casts of Characters in the News. In Proceedings of EMNLP, Austin, TX (2016). [Supplementary]
- Dallas Card, Amber E. Boydstun, Justin H. Gross, Philip Resnik, Noah A. Smith. The Media Frames Corpus: Annotations of Frames Across Issues. In Proceedings of ACL, Beijing, China, (2015). [Supplementary] [Data]
Before coming to CMU, I worked in Margot Taylor's neuroimaging lab at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. Here are some of my past publications:
- Dallas Card, Revital Nossin-Manor, Aideen M. Moore, Charles Raybaud, John G. Sled, Margot J. Taylor. Brain metabolite concentrations are associated with illness severity scores and white matter abnormalities in very preterm infants. Pediatric Research 74 (2013) 75-81.
- Emma G. Duerden, Dallas Card, Ilyse D. Lax, Elizabeth J. Donner, Margot J. Taylor, Alterations in frontostriatal pathways in children born very preterm. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 55 (2013) 952-8.
- Revital Nossin-Manor, Dallas Card, Drew Morris, Salma Noormohamed, Manohar M. Shroff, Hilary E. Whyte, Margot J. Taylor, John G. Sled. Quantitative MRI in the very preterm brain: Assessing tissue organization and myelination using magnetization transfer, diffusion tensor and T1 imaging. NeuroImage 64 (2013) 505-516.
- MA, International Development Studies, Dalhousie University.
- BASc, Systems Design Engineering, University of Waterloo.
- I'm originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba, but I have also lived in Toronto, Waterloo, Halifax, Sydney, Kampala, Pittsburgh, and now Seattle!
- I am an occassional guest on The Reality Check podcast! You can hear me in episodes #466 (biased algorithms), #382 (deep learning), #362 (Simpson's paradox), and #227 (fMRI and vegetative states).
- I love to travel and sometimes I write about it.