KhudaBukhsh has two papers accepted at AI conference
Ashique KhudaBukhsh, assistant professor in the Department of Software Engineering, had two papers accepted at the 2022 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence and European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-ECAI) July 23-29 in Vienna, Austria. “A Murder and Protests, the Capitol Riot, and the Chauvin Trial: Estimating Disparate News Media Stance” used advanced natural language processing methods to analyze 34,000 transcripts and show how news networks change their stance towards hot-button issues depending on political events and the audience. “Conversational Inequality Through the Lens of Political Interruption” used natural language processing methods to analyze benign and intrusive interruptions in political conversations—in terms of gender, race/ethnicity, occupation, and political orientation. Both papers were done in collaboration with researchers at Carnegie Mellon University.