H. Andrew Schwartz is director of the Human Language Analysis Lab (HLAB) housed in the Computer Science Department at Stony Brook University (SUNY) as well as a PI/co-founder for the World Well-Being Project, a multi-disciplinary consortium between the University of Pennsylvania, Stony Brook University, and Stanford University focused on developing large-scale language analyses that reveal differences in health, personality, and well-being. Andrew is an active member of the fields of AI-natural language processing, psychology, and health informatics. He created the Differential Language Analysis ToolKit (DLATK), used in over 100 studies and by a variety of tech companies. He was a 2020 Recipient of a DARPA Young Faculty Award. His research often attracts public interest with articles in, e.g., The New York Times, USA Today, and The Washington Post.
Director of the Human Language Analysis Lab (HLAB) housed in the Computer Science Department at Stony Brook University