Short Bio

I am a Postdoctoral researcher at the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2) and the University of Washington. I work with Prof. Yejin Choi.

I did my PhD in Computer Science in the Natural Language Processing lab at Bar-Ilan University, under the supervision of Prof. Ido Dagan, where I worked on lexical semantics. Specifically, I focused on recognizing lexical semantic relations between words and phrases, including ontological relationships e.g., cat is a type of animal, tail is a part of cat; interpreting noun-compounds, e.g. olive oil is oil made of olives while baby oil is oil for babies; and identifying predicate paraphrases, e.g. that X die at Y may have the same meaning as X live until Y in certain contexts.

I completed my B.Sc. (2013) and M.Sc. (2015) in Computer Science in Bar-Ilan University.
My complete CV can be found here.