New Generation of Data Scientists Tackles Translation

There was a world of opportunity open to Korean-born Jason Lee after graduation, armed with a Masters Degree in Computer Science from Cambridge University and having completed internships at JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, and Google. Lee resisted the temptation to immediately monetize his résumé in big tech or high finance. Instead, he opted for a PhD in Deep Learning and Natural Language Processing at the Data Analytics Lab of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) under the supervision of Thomas Hoffman, a former Director of Engineering and co-site Lead at Google Zurich. Advertisement Lee could have set his sights on any one of the lab’s key research areas of machine learning, natural language processing and understanding, data mining and information retrieval. But he chose a problem in machine translation…


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