Alane Suhr

Alane Suhr

/əˈleɪn ˈsuəɹ/
PhD Student in Field of Computer Science
Cornell University / Cornell Tech

Desk NW 3-7-03
2 West Loop Rd
New York, NY 10044

I am a second-year student in the Computer Science PhD program at Cornell University / Cornell Tech, based in New York City. I am advised by Yoav Artzi as part of the CLIC Lab. I study natural language processing. I'm specifically interested in understanding semantics and pragmatics, including grounding language in complex environments and conversations. Before coming to Cornell, I received my BS from Ohio State University. I am a GTA for CS 5740 in Spring 2018.

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A Corpus of Natural Language for Visual Reasoning
Alane Suhr, Mike Lewis, James Yeh, and Yoav Artzi. ACL, 2017.
Short paper; Best Resource Paper at ACL 2017.
[supplementary material] [webpage] [bib] [slides] [podcast interview]

Visual Reasoning with Natural Language
Stephanie Zhou*, Alane Suhr*, and Yoav Artzi. In AAAI Fall Symposium on Natural Communication for Human-Robot Collaboration, 2017.
Extended abstract. *Authors contributed equally.