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Generating Stylized Comic Art With Stable Diffusion, Audrey Zhang, UG '25 (7A3C3CD0)

Stable Diffusion (SD) and other AI diffusion models can generate images in seconds. These models, however, are trained on millions of images, and sometimes not all are taken with consent. This is…

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LLM Forum - Tal Linzen (4.17.24)

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Leftover or Too Far Ahead?: An Artistic Response to the Visual Portrayal of Leftover Women in China, Boya Shi, UG '26 (0C82C51C)

In China, the term shèng nǚ, or “leftover women,” characterizes an unmarried woman beyond her twenties, comparing her to leftovers. While reading an excerpt of Leta Hong…

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A Kammavācā Manuscript from Myanmar ritual use

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Benjamin Eysenbach

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PLI Tom Griffiths

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PLI Ken Norman

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OURSIP Intern - Caitlin Wang

Modeling Predictive Process in the Brain with Variational Autoencoders (VAE) Advised by: Prof. Tim Buschman, Princeton Neuroscience InstituteSeth Akers-Campbell, Princeton Neuroscience Institute…

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How are similar objects represented in the brain?, Elita Lee (4413825)

We come across pieces of highly similar information in our daily lives. The hippocampus is known to form nonoverlapping representations of these similar memories to prevent interference. In our…

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Uncovering Coverage: March Madness In The Daily Princetonian, Rosie Eden, UG '25 and Isabel Yip, UG '25 (2768621)

This project sought to analyze how the Daily Princetonian has portrayed March Madness in its pages from 1952 to 2011. Coverage of the tournament shows distinct trends in word choice and frequencies…

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Prentice Lecture, Karen ní Mheallaigh - "The Moon and the Map in the Ancient World"

The Prentice Lecture for The Department of Classics

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Celebrate Princeton Innovation 2022 - Barry Rand: Perovskite lasers for optical communications

The world’s first electrically pumped thin-film laser could be transformative for a range of applications including self-driving cars, facial recognition and emerging communication…

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DataX PPPL Workshop 5-2022_Smirnov

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Ines Montani, Solutions for Advanced NLP for Diverse Languages, May 12, 2022

This event is part of the New Languages for NLP: Building Linguistic Diversity in the Digital Humanities Institute, in partnership with DARIAH-EU and generously supported by a grant from the National…

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Building a Tool for Chronicling America: Flexibility and Efficiency in Digital Humanities, Nobline Yoo, UG '23 (3967151)

Digital humanities is at the interface between humanistic studies and computational power. Hence, when building tools in this space, we need to consider, firstly, the humanities scholar who desires…

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Analyzing Racial Bias Trends in the Text of US Legal Opinions, Rohan Jinturkar, UG '23, (3964430)

Racial bias remains pervasive in American society, and there are many instances of such discrimination in the legal system. However, it is unclear if such bias also exists in the text of judge…

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