Hang Jiang

Social Machines, MIT Center for Constructive Communication
  • Research Assistant

I am a Ph.D. student working on machine learning, natural language processing, and computational social science, supervised by Professor Deb Roy.  My research goal is to leverage AI for efficient human-computer interaction and constructive human-human communication.

Research Interests

I am interested in the following research directions: 

  • Representation learning for language, vision, and commonsense reasoning
  • Socially-aware, interpretable, robust, and fair machine learning algorithms
  • AI for social good (e.g., communication, social science, cognitive science, public health)

A brief bio: 

I did my undergrad at Emory in Computer Science and Linguistics before pursuing my M.S. degree in Symbolic Systems at Stanford.  I worked at  Stanford NLP Group and Stanford Language and Cognition Lab during my time there. 

If you want to chat about research, please contact me through email. ☕️

Check out my homepage here!

I am a Ph.D. student working on machine learning, natural language processing, and computational social science, supervised by Professor Deb Roy.  My research goal is to leverage AI for efficient human-computer interaction and constructive human-human communication.

Research Interests

I am interested in the following research directions: 

  • Representation learning for language, vision, and commonsense reasoning
  • Socially-aware, interpretable, robust, and fair machine learning algorithms
  • AI for social good (e.g., communication, social science, cognitive science, public health)

A brief bio: 

I did my undergrad at Emory in Computer Science and Linguistics before pursuing my M.S. degree in Symbolic Systems at Stanford.  I worked at  Stanford NLP Group and Stanford Language and Cognition Lab during my time there. 

If you want to chat about research, please contact me through email. ☕️

Check out my homepage here!