Vera Gor is a linguist at Meta, working on R&D of new features for the digital assistant. Her research interests are in experimental approaches to the syntax-pragmatics interface with a special focus on pronominal reference resolution in adults and children. Most recently, she's been focusing on developing and implementing experimental methodologies that allow for delivering the highest quality data for machine learning. Before joining Meta, Vera taught at the Program in Linguistics at Princeton, and before then - at Rutgers and St. Petersburg State University. She holds a Ph.D. in Linguistics from Rutgers University.