Language modeling on social media: the pros and cons

A number of studies have used social media language to (a) profile individuals, (b) profile linguistic styles, (c) profile communities, and (d) extrapolate the results to other domains, individuals, and communities. However, my work shows that pre-trained models may not scale well to other platforms, or even on the same platform to measure aggregated groups of... Continue Reading →

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Social Media Analytics for Elections

A major project I have been working on recently, is the analysis of social media conversations around national elections in Asian societies. My collaborators are academicians at University of California, Davis, and City University of Hong Kong. We aim to fill the present research gaps in political opinion mining from social media, and generate robust... Continue Reading →

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