Jason Lucas

Jason Lucas

Ph.D. Student in Informatics

Penn State University

About Me

Unleashing the power of NLP, I am a Ph.D. student at Penn State, delving into interdisciplinary research in Data Science and AI. As part of the College of IST, I conduct research at the PIKE Research Lab under the guidance of Dr. Dongwon Lee. I focus on applying NLP and machine learning techniques to combat dis/misinformation across languages, contexts, and distribution gaps. At Penn State, I serve as an NSF LinDiv Fellow, conducting transdisciplinary research to advance human-AI languague interaction globally. My mission is to mitigate evolving security threats, risks and enhance access to human language technology for all with cutting-edge solutions. Beyond research aspirations, I stay active through dance, fitness, martial arts, and community service.

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  • Natural Language Processing
  • Low-Resource Multilingual NLP
  • Adversarial Machine Learning
  • Adaptative and Alignment Tuning
  • Fake News Generation/Detection
  • Ph.D. in Informatics, 2025 (Expected)

    The Pennslyvania State University

  • MPH con. in Epidemiology, 2020

    St. George's University

  • M.Sc in Computer Information Systems con. Health Informatics, 2014

    Boston University

  • B.Sc in Information Technology, 2010

    St. George's University

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(2024). Authorship Obfuscation in Multilingual Machine-Generated Text Detection. arXiv.

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(2023). Fighting Fire with Fire: The Dual Role of LLMs in Crafting and Detecting Elusive Disinformation. In EMNLP.

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(2023). MULTITuDE: Large-Scale Multilingual Machine-Generated Text Detection Benchmark. In EMNLP.

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