MIT Prize for Open Data winner, Suyeol Yun
Please join the Political Science Department in wishing PhD student Suyeol Yun, a well-deserved congratulations! Suyeol is among the inaugural winners of the MIT Prize for Open Data. The contest was established to highlight the value of open data at MIT and to encourage the next generation of researchers.
Suyeol Yun won for his project "DeepWTO," a project creating open data for use in legal NLP (Natural Language Processing) research using cases from the World Trade Organization (WTO). See more at Suyeol's github repository, which includes all the data and codes that he used for this competition.
He will be honored at an October 28 Open Data@MIT event to highlight the value of open data at MIT and to celebrate the winners of the inaugural MIT Prize for Open Data. The program will feature remarks from School of Science Dean Nergis Mavalvala and MIT Libraries Director Chris Bourg.
Read more: Open Data@MIT