Me in Montreal in December 2015.

Hi, I’m Jon Gauthier. I’m a student at Stanford University in the Symbolic Systems program. I work in the Natural Language Processing Group, where my research involves developing computational models of language understanding and production. My recent work has focused on deep learning for NLP.

I am advised by Christopher Manning in the Stanford NLP Group and collaborate with colleagues at OpenAI.

As a young researcher, I’m interested in helping ambitious undergraduate and young graduate students succeed. Please get in touch!

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(Find me on Google Scholar for an up-to-date list.)

A paradigm for situated and goal-driven language learning.
A fast unified model for parsing and sentence understanding.
Exploiting long-distance context in transition-based dependency parsing with recurrent neural networks.

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The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood
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The Haskell Road to Logic, Maths and Programming
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Learning J
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On LISP: Advanced Techniques for Common LISP
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