Shakespeare research featured in PLoS blog

My first published journal article, Language Individuation and Marker Words: Shakespeare and His Maxwell’s Demon, has been featured as a research highlight in the PLoS (Public Library of Science) blog.

This serves as a reminder that machine learning (and computer science in general) can be applied to solve complex tasks in an incredibly wide range of applications. The experimental methodology detailed in the original publication, which has been subsequently featured on both the PLoS blog and the Conversation, is currently being used to study cancer and the selection of therapeutic combinations, multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer’s disease.

To view the blog article, please click here.

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