I’m Nilo Pedrazzini (IPA: [ˈniˑlo pedraˈtːsiˑni], or something like knee-law pay-drah-tsee-knee). Born and raised in bleak Sesto San Giovanni, in Northern Italy, I’ve been living in the UK since 2014.

I’m currently a Research Assistant at The Alan Turing Institute , within the Living with Machines Project , and a DPhil candidate in Linguistics at the University of Oxford .

Current work and main project areas

Selected past work and projects

Check out some of my projects

Parallel Bibles
Temporal subordination in 1400+ languages of the world
Machines in the media
Semantic change in the era of mechanization
A scalable dependency parser for pre-modern Slavic
Ancient Greek graph-based syntactic embeddings
Syntactic word representations for Ancient Greek