I work on general AI and NLP models with focus on efficient adaption of existing language models for low-resource languages. My Recent and on-going projects include creating tools and resources to support summarisation, question answering, named entity recognition and machine translation for Igbo, Welsh and other African languages.
My research interests covers a wide-range of NLP techniques and other related areas including corpus linguistics, distributional semantics, machine learning, data science, deep neural models and general AI.
I am also involved in other academic and administrative roles include PhD and MSc supervision, Lacuna Fund Technical Adviser on NLP, organising UCREL Corpus Research seminar.
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I work with the UCREL Research Centre to developing robust frameworks for adapting existing NLP models and techniques for low resource language research. I am interested in meaning abstractions and semantic relationships captured in deep embedding models and exploring efficient methods to improving the accuracy and reliability of the Welsh Semantic Tagger.
Involved in the teaching, lab demonstrations and examinations for undergraduate and masters level Computer Science courses which included: Intro to Problem Solving with Python, Objected-Oriented Programming with Java, Data Driven Computing, Functional Programming and Machines and Intelligence.
Teaching and lab demonstration on general Computer Science courses for both diploma, undergraduate and masters students. Student project supervision, research and publications. General administrations.
Besides research and academics, I try to treat myself as well as I can... and I have a very long bucket list (but that's a story for another day).
Generally, my spare time is filled with activities such as (in no particular order):
My skillset cover a fair but relevant range of programming languages and paradigms, operating systems, project management and production tools, some of which are listed below:
|Introduction to Object Oriented Programming with Java|
UCREL Research Centre & Data Science Group,
School of Computing & Communications, InfoLab21,
Lancaster University, LA1 4WA,