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How do recent developments in Natural Language Processing (NLP), particularly in the area of large language models, challenge existing disciplinary specializations, practices, and boundaries? How does it change how we understand culture, literature and communication? How might future advances in NLP change our relationship to language, narrative, meaning, and one another?
A transdisciplinary roundtable will consider these questions and more. The roundtable will feature:
- Mark McGurl, Albert Guérard Professor of Literature, Stanford University
- Xiaochang Li, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, Stanford University
- Richard Jean So, Associate Professor, Department of English, McGill University
- Diyi Yang, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, Stanford University
Moderated by Will Fenton, Associate Director of Research at the Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis.
The conversation will take place at the Stanford Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis in Wallenberg 433A.
Informal reception to follow.