The Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) is the premier international scientific and professional society for people working on computational problems involving human language, a field often referred to as either computational linguistics or natural language processing.
Amazon organizing committee members
Senior area chair, Machine Learning for NLP
Dilek Hakkani-TürSenior area chair, Dialogue and Interactive Systems
Senior area chair, Information Extraction
Senior area chair, Speech and Multimodality
Senior area chair, Summarization
Senior area chair, Question Answering
Amazon organizer: Anna Rumshisky
Amazon organizing committee: Shervin Malmasi, Oleg Rokhlenko
Amazon speaker: Gokhan Tur
Amazon organizers: Alexandros Papangelis
Amazon program committee: Dilek Hakkani-Tur, Gokhan Tur, Lei Shu, Seokhwan Kim, Yang Liu
Amazon program committee: Manirupa Das
Amazon speaker: Anna Rumshisky
July 20, 2023At this year’s ACL, Amazon researchers won an outstanding-paper award for showing that knowledge distillation using contrastive decoding in the teacher model and counterfactual reasoning in the student model improves the consistency of “chain of thought” reasoning.
July 10, 2023Familiar topics such as question answering and natural-language understanding remain well represented, but a new concentration on language modeling and multimodal models reflect the spread of generative AI.
July 07, 2023Amazon’s Yang Liu, general chair of this year’s meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, on the road ahead for LLMs.
March 03, 2022As an applied science manager at Amazon, Muthu Chandrasekaran works on new tools to automate and build a risk technology.