The NLP Seminar is taking a break in Fall 2018; we won’t be scheduling speakers this semester. See you in the Spring!
- July 14: Clara Meister, Evidence for the uniform information density hypothesis in modern NLP models
- June 22: Yanai Elazar, Causal Attributions in Language Models
- June 4: Sam Bowman, What Will it Take to Fix Benchmarking in Natural Language Understanding?
- Virtual NLP Seminar for Summer 2021
- Mar 12: Su Lin Blodgett, Reconsidering Harms in NLP Systems and Practices
- Nov 13: Naomi Saphra, Learning Dynamics of Language Models
- Oct 16: Tom McCoy, Analyzing the Syntactic Inductive Biases of Sequence-to-Sequence Networks
- Sep 25: Chris Kennedy, Constructing Interval Variables via Faceted Rasch Measurement and Multitask Deep Learning: A Hate Speech Application
- Sep 18: Abigail See, Towards Emotionally Engaging Mixed-Initiative Conversations
- Virtual NLP Seminar for Fall 2020
- No NLP seminars for remainder of spring and summer
- March 6: Roy Schwartz, Green NLP
- Feb 28: Marco Ribeiro, What is wrong with my model? Detection and analysis of bugs in NLP models
- Feb 7: Maarten Sap, Reasoning about Social Dynamics in Language
- Jan 31: Yonatan Belinkov, Causal Mediation Analysis for Interpreting Neural NLP: The Case of Gender Bias