Search Results for author: Amy X. Zhang

Found 11 papers, 3 papers with code

Language Models as Critical Thinking Tools: A Case Study of Philosophers

no code implementations6 Apr 2024 Andre Ye, Jared Moore, Rose Novick, Amy X. Zhang

Current work in language models (LMs) helps us speed up or even skip thinking by accelerating and automating cognitive work.


Correcting misinformation on social media with a large language model

1 code implementation17 Mar 2024 Xinyi Zhou, ASHISH SHARMA, Amy X. Zhang, Tim Althoff

By retrieving evidence as refutations or contexts, MUSE identifies and explains (in)accuracies in a piece of content-not presupposed to be misinformation-with references.

Fact Checking Language Modelling +2

(A)I Am Not a Lawyer, But...: Engaging Legal Experts towards Responsible LLM Policies for Legal Advice

no code implementations2 Feb 2024 Inyoung Cheong, King Xia, K. J. Kevin Feng, Quan Ze Chen, Amy X. Zhang

Large language models (LLMs) are increasingly capable of providing users with advice in a wide range of professional domains, including legal advice.


Case Repositories: Towards Case-Based Reasoning for AI Alignment

no code implementations18 Nov 2023 K. J. Kevin Feng, Quan Ze Chen, Inyoung Cheong, King Xia, Amy X. Zhang

Case studies commonly form the pedagogical backbone in law, ethics, and many other domains that face complex and ambiguous societal questions informed by human values.


Computer Vision Datasets and Models Exhibit Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Perception

no code implementations22 Oct 2023 Andre Ye, Sebastin Santy, Jena D. Hwang, Amy X. Zhang, Ranjay Krishna

Computer vision often treats human perception as homogeneous: an implicit assumption that visual stimuli are perceived similarly by everyone.

Graph Embedding

Skin Deep: Investigating Subjectivity in Skin Tone Annotations for Computer Vision Benchmark Datasets

1 code implementation15 May 2023 Teanna Barrett, Quan Ze Chen, Amy X. Zhang

To investigate the well-observed racial disparities in computer vision systems that analyze images of humans, researchers have turned to skin tone as more objective annotation than race metadata for fairness performance evaluations.


Relatedly: Scaffolding Literature Reviews with Existing Related Work Sections

no code implementations13 Feb 2023 Srishti Palani, Aakanksha Naik, Doug Downey, Amy X. Zhang, Jonathan Bragg, Joseph Chee Chang

Scholars who want to research a scientific topic must take time to read, extract meaning, and identify connections across many papers.

Descriptive Navigate +1

Approximate Cross-validated Mean Estimates for Bayesian Hierarchical Regression Models

1 code implementation29 Nov 2020 Amy X. Zhang, Le Bao, Changcheng Li, Michael J. Daniels

We introduce a novel procedure for obtaining cross-validated predictive estimates for Bayesian hierarchical regression models (BHRMs).


How do Data Science Workers Collaborate? Roles, Workflows, and Tools

no code implementations18 Jan 2020 Amy X. Zhang, Michael Muller, Dakuo Wang

We also found that the collaborative practices workers employ, such as documentation, vary according to the kinds of tools they use.

Controversy and Sentiment in Online News

no code implementations29 Sep 2014 Yelena Mejova, Amy X. Zhang, Nicholas Diakopoulos, Carlos Castillo

We find that in general, when it comes to controversial issues, the use of negative affect and biased language is prevalent, while the use of strong emotion is tempered.

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