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Danqi Chen (陈丹琦, IPA: [ʈ͡ʂʰə̌n tan t͡ɕʰi]; born in Changsha, China) is a Chinese-American computer scientist and assistant professor at Princeton University specializing in the AI field of NLP. In 2019, she recently joined the Princeton NLP group, alongside Sanjeev Arora, Christiane Fellbaum, Karthik Narasimhan. She is currently visiting Facebook AI Research. She earned her Ph.D at Stanford University and her BS from Qinghua University, taking classes with Turing award-winner Andrew Yao (also former professor at Princeton).
- "Danqi Chen's Homepage". https://cs.stanford.edu/~danqi/.
- "Princeton NLP". http://nlp.cs.princeton.edu/.