Daniel Fried

I'm a third-year PhD student at UC Berkeley in the Natural Language Processing Group and Berkeley AI Research Lab, advised by Dan Klein. I'm currently interested in structured prediction, and systems that ground language in perception and interaction. Recently, I've worked on distributional semantics, question answering, and applications in precision medicine and public health.

Previously, I studied at the Cambridge Computer Laboratory and the University of Arizona, and have interned with Microsoft Research, the Nara Institute of Science and Technology, and RWTH Aachen. I'm supported by a Huawei / Berkeley AI fellowship, and previously by an NDSEG Fellowship and Churchill Scholarship.

Email: dfried AT cs DOT university_name DOT edu
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Daniel Fried

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Ali Jannesari, Antons Rebguns, Bonnie Kermgard, Colin Dawson, Dane Bell, Dan Klein, Emily Hartley, Felix Wolf, Gus Hahn-Powell, Jeremy Wright, Joshua Bowdish, Kevin Duh, Kobus Barnard, Luca Del Pero, Luwen Huangfu, Marco Valenzuela Escárcega, Melanie Hingle, Mihai Surdeanu, Mitchell Stern, Paul Cohen, Peter Clark, Peter Jansen, Stephen Clark, Stephen Kobourov, Tamara Polajnar, Zhen Li