Due to the global health emergency and pervasive travel restrictions, ACL will be a fully virtual conference. Amazon researchers look forward to participating in the virtual sessions, with more details coming soon.
About ACL: The Association for Computational Linguistics is the premier conference for the field of computational linguistics, covering a broad spectrum of diverse research related to computational approaches to natural language. This year’s event, the 58th annual meeting, will take place in Seattle, Washington, not far from Amazon’s Seattle headquarters.
Amazon program organizing committee
Workshop Chair, Area Chair - Dialogue and Interactive Systems
Senior Area Chair - Question Answering
Eugene AgichteinSenior Area Chair - Question Answering
Area Chair - Syntax: Tagging, Chunking and Parsing
Area Chair - Cognitive Modeling & Psycholinguistics
Area Chair - Machine Translation
Area Chair - Dialogue and Interactive Systems
Area Chair - Interpretability and Analysis of Models for NLP
Area Chair - Summarization
Area Chair - Question Answering
Area Chair - Semantics: Sentence Level
Area Chair - Information Retrieval and Text Mining
Tutorials and workshops
NLP For Conversational AI | July 9th
- Learning to Classify Intents and Slot Labels Given a Handful of Examples
- Using alternate representations of text for natural language understanding
- Data Augmentation for Training Dialog Models Robust to Speech Recognition Errors
- From Machine Reading Comprehension to Dialogue State Tracking: Bridging the Gap
5th Workshop on Representation Learning for NLP (RepL4NLP-2020) | July 9th
NLP for Medical Conversations | July 10th
On-demand virtual panel
Alexa Scientists @ ACL: FAQs about Working at Amazon
In lieu of connecting with you onsite at ACL 2020, join this webcast discussion where four Alexa Scientists will answer some of the most frequently asked questions we get about working at Amazon. Watch the video on-demand here.
Connect with us at ACL
Amazon scientists regret that they won't be able to meet with you in person at ACL. If you would like to connect with one of our scientists, please contact ACL2020@amazon.com.
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Amazon Scholar Kathleen McKeown takes stock of natural language processing; where we are, and where we’re goingJuly 06, 2020After nearly 40 years of research, this year’s ACL 2020 keynote speaker sees big improvements coming in three key areas.