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Four papers will be presented at CLiC-it, which will take place in Turin on December 10-12, 2018
- Exploring Named Entity Recognition As an Auxiliary Task for Slot Filling in Conversational Language Understanding
- A Methodology for Evaluating Interaction Strategies of Task-Oriented Conversational Agents
- Detecting Inappropriate Comments to News
- CH1: A Conversational System to Calculate Carbohydrates in a Meal
Bernardo Magnini will give a talk at the "XVIII Week of the Italian Language in the World" on "Languages Technologies for Italian in the Time of the Internet" on October 18th, in Hannover, Germany.
Manuela Speranza and Rachele Sprugnoli. Annotation of Temporal Information on Historical Texts: A Small Corpus for a Big Challenge.
Title: A Computational Exploration of Exaggeration
Authors: Enrica Troiano, Carlo Strapparava, Gözde Özbal and Serra Sinem Tekiroglu
Marco Guerini, Simone Magnolini, Vevake Balaraman and Bernardo Magnini. Toward zero-shot Entity Recognition in Task-oriented Conversational Agents.
Title: Punctuation as Native Language Interference
Authors: Ilia Markov, Vivi Nastase and Carlo Strapparava
Five papers will be presented at CLiC-it, which will take place in Rome on December 11-13, 2017
The NL4AI workshop, co-located @ AIxIA conference, will be held in Bari on November 16-17th, 2017
Intelligence. The workshop aims at providing a broad overview of
Title: Intensional Learning to Efficiently Build up Automatically Annotated Emotion Corpora
Authors: Lea Canales, Carlo Strapparava, Ester Boldrini, Patricio Martinez-Barco
The 57th edition of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL 2019) will take place in Florence from July 28th to August 2nd 2019.
Bernardo Magnini will be co-chairing the local organization committee.
CIC-FBK system ranks 1st in Native Language Identification shared task
Title: Automatic Generation of Lyrics Parodies
Authors: Lorenzo Gatti, Gözde Özbal, Oliviero Stock and Carlo Strapparava
Title: Word Etymology as Native Language Interference
Authors: Vivi Nastase and Carlo Strapparava
Title: Improving Native Language Identification by Using Spelling Errors
Authors: Lingzhen Chen, Carlo Strapparava and Vivi Nastase
LCL 2017 is a two-day event featuring both tutorials on topics in Computational Linguistics and student's presentations. LCL - 2017 is organized by the Doctoral School of Linguistic Sciences of University of Bergamo-Pavia and by Fondazione Bruno Kessler, with the endorsement of AILC, the Italian Association of Computational Linguistics.
The event will be held at University of Pavia on May, 4-5 2017.
Website: LCL 2017