Anna Korhonen is a Professor of Natural Language Processing and co-director of the Language Technology Laboratory at the University of Cambridge. Her research focuses on natural language understanding and its many applications (e.g. text mining and search, conversational AI, multilingual NLP). She is interested in responsible, human-centric NLP that draws on the understanding of human cognitive, social and creative intelligence and applications aimed at social and global good. Anna has held several fellowships (e.g. the Royal Society URF) and has led numerous grants. She has been a PC chair for several major conferences in NLP (e.g., ACL, EMNLP) and is an action editor for TACL. She has served as president of SIGLEX and is a member of the ACL executive board. She is an ELLIS fellow.