lazy link: https://www.aclweb.org/anthology/venues/coling/
- First Workshop on Linguistic Resources for NLP
|Using Linguistic Resources to Evaluate the Quality of Annotated Corpora
|Rule-based vs. Neural Net Approaches to Semantic Textual Similarity
|Contemporary Amharic Corpus: Automatically Morpho-Syntactically Tagged Amharic Corpus
||Andargachew Mekonnen Gezmu
||Binyam Ephrem Seyoum
- First International Workshop on Language Cognition and Computational Models
|Detecting Linguistic Traces of Depression in Topic-Restricted Text: Attending to Self-Stigmatized Depression with NLP
||Zeeshan Ali Sayyed
|Language-Based Automatic Assessment of Cognitive and Communicative Functions Related to Parkinson’s Disease
|Can spontaneous spoken language disfluencies help describe syntactic dependencies? An empirical study
||M. Zakaria Kurdi
I feel that if I’m going to name this page as I have, I should mention that I am currently employed…. I am officially a machine learning engineer, though I have yet to code any models. Mostly I advise folks about how to organize their annotations and their models based on linguistic principles and NLP best practice. My current crusade is support of stopword removal. (My coworkers don’t know about the crusade. It’s a sneeky one. Shhh.)
I work on Xfinity Assistant and sometimes the X1 voice remote or the home IOT devices. Not the devices themselves of course– the logic for them.
Standard important disclaimer (maybe I need to make this more prominent…). Opinions are my own.