Charese Smiley is an AI Research Lead on the AI Research team at J.P. Morgan. Her research interests center around computational linguistics and natural language processing.
Before joining JPMorgan, Charese worked on the Vision & Language Technology team at Capital One where she led research to build complaint models for customer service channel dialogues and at Thomson Reuters, with the Research & Development group, building automatic summaries for Eikon financial software and natural language question answering for Westlaw legal search, ultimately leading to two patents.
Charese is a winner of Turing tests for creative arts, claiming 1st prize in Dartmouth’s 2017 PoetiX competition for machine-generated sonnet most indistinguishable from human poetry. She also won the 2018 LimeriX competition for machine-generated limericks.
Ms Smiley holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Texas A&M University and a Ph.D. in Computational Linguistics from Indiana University.