Vivian Stamou

Akrivi’s research interests include idiosyncratic language formations, Natural Language Processing, human-computer interaction, and computational clinical psychology.


Vivian Stamou holds a Ph.D. in Computational Psycholinguistics from the Department of Philology of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She also serves as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Archimedes Unit and as a Research Assistant at the Institute of Language and Speech Processing (ILSP/Athena Research Center). Her doctoral research focuses on detecting depression in the Modern Greek language, which was supported by a scholarship from the State Scholarship Foundation. Prior to her doctoral studies, Vivian pursued postgraduate education at the University of Stuttgart's Institute for Natural Language Processing (IMS), completing the MSc program in Computational Linguistics. She began her academic journey with undergraduate studies in Philology, specializing in Linguistics. Additionally, Vivian's team won the first prize in a Goethe Institute competition through their involvement in the 'ETHICAI=LABS' project, exploring the ethical dimensions of Artificial Intelligence. This success led to funding for the BLACKBOX AI research project, culminating in an artistic exhibition shedding light on gender discrimination within AI applications.


The project “ARCHIMEDES Unit: Research in Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and Algorithms” with code OPS 5154714 is implemented by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan “Greece 2.0” and is funded by the European Union – NextGenerationEU.

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