Emily M. Bender is a Professor in the Department of Linguistics and an Adjunct Professor at the Information School and the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science and Information at the University of Washington. She is the Faculty Director of the Professional Master's in Computational Linguistics and the Director of the Computational Linguistics Laboratory. Her research interests include technology for endangered language documentation, computational semantics, and methodologies for supporting consideration of impacts language technology in NLP research, development, and education. She is a member of the Value Sensitive Design Lab, the Tech Policy Lab, and RAISE. Her public scholarship is centered around supporting public understanding of language technology.
- Ph D, Linguistics, Stanford University, 2001
- MA, Linguistics, Stanford University, 1997
- AB, Linguistics, University of California at Berkeley, 1995
Publications and Contributions
Op-EdAll-knowing machines are a fantasy (2022)The Institute of Art and Ideas (IAI)