End of Project Workshop - 24th September 2021
Disagreements And Language Interpretation (DALI)
is a 5-year ERC project collecting large numbers of examples of disagreements in language interpretation (and in particular, anaphoric interpretation) through Games-With-A-Purpose, turning these data into freely available resources for the community such as the Phrase Detectives and DALI corpora
analyzing the data using probabilistic inference methods and behavioral methods, and using them to train computational models for the interpretation of anaphora and other linguistic phenomena.
As the project will end at the end of January 2022, we will hold a workshop on September 24th to summarize its results.
The workshop will be hold online, but there will also be the opportunity for a limited number of people to attend in physical presence at Queen Mary University.
|Welcome and Summary of Results (Massimo Poesio)
|Invited talk 1: Barbara Plank
|WP2/WP5 (Computational models for coreference and learning from disagreement)
|Silviu Paun - Analysing and Using Crowd Annotations
|Juntao Yu - Anaphora Resolution beyond OntoNotes
|WP4 (Underspecification and anaphoric reference)
|Derya Cokal - What do plural pronouns tell us about the production and processing of anaphoric references?
|Janosch Haber - Polysemy Patterns in Human Judgements and Contextualised Language Models
|WP1 (Games with a Purpose)
|Jon Chamberlain - Phrase Detectives: Achievements and Next Steps
|Chris Madge - More Gamelike NLP GWAPs
|Invited talk 2: Josh Miller
|Drinks (for those in London)
Queen Mary University, Informatics Teaching Laboratory (ITL), Institute of Coding room (2nd floor)
Mile End Rd, Bethnal Green, London E1 4FZ
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NB: due to the very limited number of places available, please confirm your attendance via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org