Seminars

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Eunsol Choi (University of Texas at Austin) “Learning to Understand Language in Context” 12:00 pm
Eunsol Choi (University of Texas at Austin) “Learning to Understand Language in Context” @ via Zoom
Feb 15 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Abstract Many applications of natural language processing need to understand text from the rich context in which it occurs and present information in a new context. Interpreting the rich context of a sentence, either conversation[...]
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David Bamman (University of California, Berkeley) “Modeling the Spread of Information within Novels” 12:00 pm
David Bamman (University of California, Berkeley) “Modeling the Spread of Information within Novels” @ via Zoom
Feb 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Abstract Understanding the ways in which information flows through social networks is important for questions of influence–including tracking the spread of cultural trends and disinformation and measuring shifts in public opinion.  Much work in this[...]
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Tuo Zhao (Georgia Tech) “Towards Automatic Evaluation of Dialog Systems: A Model-Free Off-Policy Evaluation Approach” 12:00 pm
Tuo Zhao (Georgia Tech) “Towards Automatic Evaluation of Dialog Systems: A Model-Free Off-Policy Evaluation Approach” @ via Zoom
Feb 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Abstract Reliable automatic evaluation of dialogue systems under an interactive environment has long been overdue. An ideal environment for evaluating dialog systems, also known as the Turing test, needs to involve human interaction, which is[...]
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