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How can computational linguistics inform linguistic theory?
Jonathan is a computational linguist, working in both linguistic theory and natural language processing. His research models the emergence of grammatical structure within individuals and its diffusion across global populations.Before joining the University of Canterbury, Jonathan held positions in computer science at the Illinois Institute of Technology and received a PhD in linguistics from Purdue University under Victor Raskin. He has also been an Intelligence Community Research Fellow under the US Office of the Director of National Intelligence and a Visiting Scientist at the US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.