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Machine-Learning Robustness, Foundation Models, and Reproducibility


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Percy Liang, Stanford University associate professor of Computer Science.

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Percy Liang is an associate professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA. He also serves as director of the university's Center for Research on Foundation Models.

Percy Liang's research spans many topics in machine learning and natural language processing, including robustness, interpretability, semantics, and reasoning. He is also a strong proponent of reproducibility through the creation of CodaLab Worksheets.

In this podcast interview, he covers topics such as semantic parsing, machine-learning (ML) robustness, foundation models and model robustness, foundation model bias and academic research, reproducibility and CodaLab, and more.

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