Stephen Bach

Computer Science Department, Brown University

Names

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Stephen Bach
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Stephen H Bach
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Stephen H. Bach

Emails

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****@cs.stanford.edu
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****@cs.umd.edu
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****@cs.georgetown.edu
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****@cs.brown.edu
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****@brown.edu

Education & Career History

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Assistant Professor
Computer Science Department, Brown University (cs.brown.edu)
2018Present
 
Researcher
Snorkel AI (snorkel.ai)
2018Present
 
Visiting Scholar
Google (google.com)
20182018
 
Postdoc
Computer Science Department, Stanford University (cs.stanford.edu)
20152018
 
PhD student
Department of Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park (cs.umd.edu)
20102015
 
Undergrad student
Department of Computer Science, Georgetown University (cs.georgetown.edu)
20062010
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Postdoc Advisor
Chris Ré
****@cs.stanford.edu
2015Present
 
PhD Advisor
Lise Getoor
****@soe.ucsc.edu
20102015
 

Expertise

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Weakly supervised machine learning
2015Present
 
Information extraction
2015Present
 
Probabilistic graphical models
2010Present