Philip Resnik is a professor at the University of Maryland, with appointments in Linguistics and at the Institute for Advanced Computer Studies. Outside academia his entrepreneurial experience includes being a technical co-founder of CodeRyte (clinical natural language processing, acquired in 2012 by 3M), lead scientist for Converseon (spearheading development of their sentiment analysis platform, now marketed as ConveyAPI), and a member of the advisory boards of FiscalNote (machine learning and analytics for government relations) and SoloSegment (web site search and content optimization). He earned his bachelor's degree in Computer Science at Harvard in 1987, and his Ph.D. in Computer and Information Science at University of Pennsylvania in 1993, and joined the University of Maryland faculty in 1996. His industry experience prior to entering academia includes time in R&D at Bolt Beranek and Newman, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, and Sun Microsystems Laboratories.
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