Schedule for Autumn 2021
|1/19||Christian||Brown et al “Language models are few-shot learners” (GPT-3)|
|1/26||Ash||He et al “Revisiting Self-Training for Neural Sequence Generation”|
|2/2||Peter||Joint enhancement and recognition of speech|
|2/9||Sara||Moeller et al “Improving Low-Resource Morphological Learning with Intermediate Forms from Finite State Transducers”|
|2/16||Ahmad||Context in Informational Bias Detection|
|3/2||Willy||Uryupina et al “The ARRAU corpus”|
|3/9||Byung-Doh||Grammar induction for morphologically complex languages|
|3/16||Vishal||Handling class imbalance in low-resource dialogue systems|
|3/23||Pranav||Stylometry for darknet forum analysis|
|3/30||Nanjiang||Modeling disagreement in annotations|
|4/6||Ash||Interactive semantic parsing|
|4/13||Cory||Memory retrieval in the brain|
The Computational Linguistics discussion group at OSU (Clippers) meets weekly throughout the semester to discuss ongoing research and share ideas. Anyone with an interest is welcome to attend.
The AI seminar series frequently has NLP talks as well.
We have been a local host for the North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad since 2010.
Previous events hosted by the CLLT group (including ACL 2008 and a variety of other conferences and workshops) are listed on the old Events page.