January 20, 20151 min read
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From tweets and emails to newspapers, billions of pieces of economically and culturally important linguistic data are generated every day around the world. Faced with such an overwhelming volume of textual and visual data, many Canadians – individuals and organizations alike – are struggling with the issue of information overload.


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  • Christopher Collins, PhD
    Christopher Collins, PhD Canada Research Chair in Linguistic Information Visualization, and Associate Professor, Faculty of Science

    Expert in managing linguistic data and understanding its importance to Canada

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