Hang Jiang

Research Assistant
  • MIT Center for Constructive Communication

I am a Ph.D. student at MIT working on natural language processing (NLP), human-centered AI (HCAI), and computational social science (CSS), supervised by Professor Deb Roy.  My research goal is to understand and bridge human communications with AI.

Research Interests

I am broadly interested in the following research directions: 

  • Social NLP: incorporate social factors into language understanding and generation
  • Human-AI Interaction: design human-AI systems for the common good
  • AI for Social Sciences: combine both AI and experimentology for social science research

A brief bio: 

I did my undergrad at Emory University in Computer Science and Linguistics and obtained my M.S. degree in Symbolic Systems at Stanford University. I worked at  Stanford NLP Group and Stanford Language and Cognition Lab during my time there. I have worked as an intern at AI2, Google, IBM, Apple, Educational Testing Service (ETS), and CMU.

If you want to chat about research, please contact me through email. 

Check out my homepage here!