Dr. Eduard Hovy joined DARPA as a program manager in the Information Innovation Office (I2O) in July 2020 to develop, execute, and transition programs in artificial intelligence (AI), natural language processing (NLP), planning, and learning.
Hovy joins DARPA from Carnegie Mellon University where he is a research professor at the Language Technologies Institute of the School of Computer Science. In this role he has led and participated in numerous research projects with colleagues, students, and others, among the most significant being:
In addition to his position at CMU, Hovy serves on the Scientific Advisory Board of the DHS-sponsored Center for Criminal Investigation and Network Analysis (CINA) and before that as a co-director for research at the Command, Control, and Integration Center for Advanced Data Analytics, a multi-university center of excellence funded by DHS and headed by Rutgers University. Previously, he served as the deputy division director at the Information Sciences Institute, University of Southern California (ISI/USC).
Hovy has a Ph.D. and master’s degree in computer science from Yale University and a bachelor’s degree (with honors) in mathematics from Rand Afrikaans University. He has authored or co-edited seven books and published 30 peer-reviewed journal articles and over 400 research papers.
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