CS 7935: NLP Seminar, Spring 2019

Meetings are on Tuesdays from 11 AM-12 PM in MEB 3147 (LCR)
(unless otherwised noted)

Date   Paper   Presenter(s)  
1/8 Information and Organization Ellen & Vivek S.
1/15 Ethics & Fairness in NLP, I: The Social Impact of Natural Language Processing [Hovy & Spruit, ACL 2016] Vivek G.
1/22 Ethics & Fairness in NLP, II: Reducing Gender Bias in Abusive Language Detection [Park, Shin & Fung, EMNLP 2018] Hannah
1/29 Ethics & Fairness in NLP, III: Men Also Like Shopping: Reducing Gender Bias Amplification using Corpus-level Constraints [Zhao et al., EMNLP 2017] Zhimin
2/5 Canceled
2/12 Knowledge & Reasoning, I: General Discussion everyone
2/19 Instead of our regular mtg, all seminar participants should attend the AI Lecture by Luke Zettlemoyer from 2:00-3:00 in WEB 3780! Luke Zettlemoyer
2/26 Knowledge & Reasoning, II: Never-Ending Learning [Mitchell et al., 2018]   (Zhenduo's slides) Zhenduo
3/5 Knowledge & Reasoning, III: NaturalLI: Natural Logic Inference for Common Sense Reasoning [Angeli & Manning, 2014]   (Mattia's slides) Mattia
3/19 Knowledge & Reasoning, IV: ATOMIC: An Atlas of Machine Commonsense for If-Then Reasoning [Sap et al., AAAI 2019] Tianyu
3/26 Knowledge & Reasoning, V: Modeling Semantic Expectation: Using Script Knowledge for Referent Prediction Greeshma
4/2 NLP & Vision: Acquiring Common Sense Spatial Knowledge through Implicit Spatial Templates [Collell et al., AAAI 2018] Carlos
4/9 NLP & Vision:Analyzing the Behavior of Visual Question Answering Models [Agrawal et al. EMNLP 2016] Prince
4/16 NLP & Vision: What Action Causes This? Towards Naive Physical Action-Effect Prediction [Gao et al 2018] Johnny