from our team and collaborators on:
SBERT studying Meaning Representations, New challenges for AMR parsing metrics, and Adapter-based Fine-tuning in V&L models.
Congratulations to all authors!
We announce a new publication at *SEM 2022 at NAACL, on
A Dynamic, Interpretable CheckList for Meaning-oriented NLG Metric Evaluation – through the Lens of Semantic Similarity Rating. Congratulations to all authors!
We are celebrating the PhD defense of Debjit Paul, for his thesis on Social Commonsense Reasoning. Congratulations, Dr. Paul!
A survey by members of the COST Action Multi3Generation: Multi-task, Multilingual, Multi-modal, to appear in JAIR
Our paper VALSE: A Task-Independent Benchmark for Vision and Language Models Centered on Linguistic Phenomena was accepted at ACL 2022 Main.
Todor Mihaylov and Bich-Ngoc Do both defended their PhD thesis in February.
We're very proud to see the fruits of their research so greatly presented. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Anette Frank for having been selected as one of eight ACL Fellows in 2021, for her research in semantics and discourse in NLP.
for their paper Explainable Unsupervised Argument Similarity Rating with Abstract Meaning Representation and Conclusion Generation.
• Novel AMR Graph Metrics and an AMR Graph Similarity Benchmark
• Explainable Argument Similarity Rating for better Argument Conclusion Generation.
Best Paper Award for Maria Becker, Siting Liang and Anette Frank in the DeeLIO Workshop @ NAACL 2021
for their paper:
Reconstructing Implicit Knowledge with Language Models
We are delighted to announce eight papers on interpretation and reasoning in NLU and NLG using Commonsense Knowledge, on Multilingual AMR Parsing, and on Image and Language processsing. Congratulations to all authors!
We have two openings for PhD candidates:
Please find all relevant information about the positions and how to apply here.