Gabriel Recchia is a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge’s Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication, where he works on how to communicate information in ways that support comprehension and informed decision-making. He has also spent much of his career involved in research investigating the capabilities, properties, and applications of distributional models trained on large volumes of text, and has continued this while at the Winton Centre to explore their applications in characterizing how risk is communicated and perceived. Previously, he was at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, where he developed distributional models for the analysis of large corpora of historical texts, and investigated conceptual change by attending to shifting statistical associations between words over time.

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