Dani Yogatama

me Dani Yogatama
Research Scientist

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I am a research scientist at DeepMind. My research interests are in machine learning and natural language processing.

I received my PhD from CMU where I was advised by Noah Smith as a member of Noah's ARK.
Prior to CMU, I was a Monbukagakusho (文部科学省) fellow at the University of Tokyo in Tanaka-Ishii's Lab.

I spent two summers at Google Research New York and Mountain View in the Machine Learning group (2013, hosts: Gideon Mann and Thomas Fu) and the Language Understanding group (2014, host: Dan Gillick). I was a research scientist at Baidu Silicon Valley AI Lab from summer 2015 until spring 2016.

I co-taught a tutorial on Structured Sparsity in Natural Language Processing: Models, Algorithms, and Applications at EACL 2014 with Andre F. T. Martins, Noah A. Smith, and Mario A. T. Figueiredo.

For more information on what I do, see my publication list.