ΑΙhub.org
 

A compilation of the #EMNLP2020 live-tweeted papers

by
05 January 2021



share this:

AIhub | Tweets round-up
This month, we have gathered all the papers that were live-tweeted during the Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing conference (EMNLP2020). You can click on the tweets and check the related threads to read more about the papers and sessions.

Computational social science and social media

Information extraction, lexical and sentence-level semantics, psycholinguistics, language generation and other

Interpretability, explainability, machine learning for NLP, and analysis of NLP models

Question answering, machine translation, dialog systems, and summarization

NLP applications




Nedjma Ousidhoum is a postdoc at the University of Cambridge.
Nedjma Ousidhoum is a postdoc at the University of Cambridge.




            AIhub is supported by:


Related posts :



Madagascar’s ancient baobab forests are being restored by communities – with a little help from AI

The collaboration between communities and scientists aims to restore baobab forests in Madagascar to their natural state.
24 May 2024, by

DataLike: Interview with Wuraola Oyewusi

Ndane and Isabella talk to Wuraola Oyewusi about challenging and rewarding aspects of research and how her background in pharmacy has helped her data and AI career

European Union AI Act receives final approval

On 21 May, the Council of the EU formally signed off the artificial intelligence Act.
22 May 2024, by

#ICLR2024 invited talk: Priya Donti on why your work matters for climate more than you think

How is AI research related to climate, and how can the AI community better align their work with climate change-related goals?
21 May 2024, by

Congratulations to the #ICRA2024 best paper winners

The winners and finalists in the different categories have been announced.
20 May 2024, by

Trotting robots offer insights into animal gait transitions

A four-legged robot trained with machine learning has learned to avoid falls by spontaneously switching between walking, trotting, and pronking
17 May 2024, by




AIhub is supported by:






©2024 - Association for the Understanding of Artificial Intelligence


 












©2021 - ROBOTS Association