About me and this site
Born in the U.S., I am a computer scientist and linguist who has worked around the world for universities, corporations and public/private research labs. My background includes teaching: I’ve been everything from a math teacher in Mali, to a professor of linguistics in the U.S. and a professor of computational linguistics in Germany. I’ve also been a researcher and consultant, working first in linguistics in academia then in computational linguistics and artificial intelligence in Silicon Valley and later on language data visualization in Europe. and the U.S. There’s more about my work in those domains over at chrisculy.net
Together with my wife, Lee McIntyre, we have a project in the area of the social history of photography, in which we look at the lives and careers of women who ran their own studios from 1840 to 1930. There is more about that project over at p3photographers.net.
When I’m not working on those more analytic areas, I pursue my related interest in digital art, as well as photography. Over the past 10 years my works have been exhibited and collected internationally. A selection of my work is shown on this website.
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