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My name is Janna Lipenkova. I hold a Master in Chinese Studies and Economics, a PhD in Computational Linguistics and speak seven languages. After several years of work in AI and NLP in both academia and industry, I started my own analytics business. I am currently leading two exciting companies - Anacode and Equintel. Both use Artificial Intelligence to deliver cutting-edge business intelligence and guide our clients towards smarter decisions, strategy and execution.

I know from experience that the path to successful AI application is as challenging as it is fascinating. One of the things I enjoy most is sharing this experience with others. In this blog, I condense and share my learnings from a large variety of projects and first-mover initiatives in business intelligence. Below, you can also find a list of my recent presentations and articles.

Please get in touch if you would like to discuss your project or AI content with me!

  • June 3, 2021: Stella - A Virtual Assistant for Dynamic Equity Research (with Luca Huesler); NLP Meetup Zurich


      Academic publications
        • Submitted (2021): Disentangling the global AI landscape with Web monitoring. In proceedings of CIKM 2021, Applied Papers track
        • To be published (2021): A system for automatic taxonomy construction in dynamic technological domains. In Proceedings of ACL 2021, Demonstration Track
        • With Guang Lu, Christian Dollfus, David Schreiber, Thomas Wozniak, Vinzenz Rast, Matthes Fleck (to be published 2021): Corporate culture explained by mission and sision Statements using Natural Language Processing. In Proceedings of 8th Swiss Conference on Data Science
        • 2015. A system for fine-grained sentiment analysis of Chinese, in: Proceedings of ACL 2015 (demo track)
        • 2015. The Syntax-Semantics Interface in the Chinese ba-construction. PhD Thesis, Berlin: Freie Universität
        • (with Milan Soucek) 2014. Converting Russian Dependency Treebank to Stanford Dependencies, in: Proceedings of EACL 2014
        • (with Stefan Müller) 2013. Implementation of a HPSG grammar fragment for Chinese, in: Proceedings of PACLIC 2013, Taipei: National Chengchi University
        • 2011. Reanalysis of obligatory modifiers as complements in the Chinese ba-construction, in: Proceedings of the 18th International HPSG Conference (ed. Stefan Müller), Stanford: CSLI Publications
        • 2011. A usage-based study of the verb kan in the Chinese ba-construction , Proceedings of the 12th Chinese Lexical Semantics Workshop, Taiwan: National Taiwan University
        • (with Stefan Müller) 2009. Serial Verb Constructions in Chinese: A HPSG Account. In: Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, University of Göttingen, p. 234-254. Stanford: CSLI Publications