NAACL Industry Track panel on Ethics in NLP; Invited Panelist. June 2018.

Google, Mountain View.. “Language Technologies for Social Good”. April 2018.

Bocconi University, Dept. of Marketing, Milan, Italy.. “Language Technologies for Social Good”. March 2018.

Carnegie Mellon University, Machine Learning Dept.. “Language Technologies for Social Good”. March 2018.

University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, CS Department.. “Language Technologies for Social Good”. March 2018.

Oregon State University, EECS Department.. “Language Technologies for Social Good”. March 2018.

Pennsylvania State University, College of Information Sciences and Technology.. “Language Technologies for Social Good”. February 2018.

ACL Workshop on Abusive Language Online; Invited Panelist. August 2017.

University of Southern California. “NLP for Social Good: Inferring Social Context from Language”. February 2017.

New York University. Talk series on NLP and Text as Data. “NLP for Social Good: Inferring Social Context from Language”. February 2017.

Columbia University. NLP Seminar. “NLP for Social Good: Inferring Social Context from Language”. February 2017.

Dagstuhl Seminar. Topic: Debating Technologies. Talk: “Argument(ation) and Social Context”. December 2015.

University of Berkeley, NLP seminar. "Social Power in Interactions: Computational Analysis and Detection of Power". December 2015.

Stanford University, NLP Lunch. "Social Power in Interactions: Computational Analysis and Detection of Power". October 2015.

Stanford University Sociolunch
. "Social Power in Interactions: Computational Analysis and Detection of Power". October 2015.

University of Edinburgh, Institute of Language, Cognition and Computation. "Social Power in Interactions: Computational Analysis and Detection of Power". August 2015.

Goldman Sachs, New York. "Analysis of Email for Manifestations of Power". March 2015

Georgia Institute of Technology. "Social Power in INteractions (SPIN): Computational Analysis of Manifestations of Power". February 2015.

Symanto Research. "Social Power in INteractions (SPIN): Computational Analysis of Manifestations of Power". December 2014.

Carnegie Mellon University. Computational Linguistics + NLP Lunch Seminar Series. "Manifestations of Social Power in Interactions". November 2013.

Columbia University. NLP Talk Series. Title: "Manifestations of Social Power in Interactions". November 2013.

Columbia University. COMS 1404 Emerging Scholars Program (ESP). Topic: "Understanding Language in Social Context". October 2013.