Professor of Computer Science
University of British Columbia
Raymond’s research for the past two decades has been focused on data mining, with a specific focus on health informatics, text mining, and natural language processing. On natural language processing research, he has collaborated extensively with Giuseppe Carenini for the past 15 years on summarizing and extracting information from written conversations, such as emails, blogs, and reviews. Their projects were funded by Google, IBM, SAP, and Yahoo.