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Ananya Ganesh
Grad student at UMass Amherst. Interested in machine learning and NLP research.
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Kalpesh Krishna Jun 10
Hey , there are no visa appointments available anywhere in USA till mid/end August. Can something be done for ACL attendees?
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Emma Strubell Jun 7
preprint now available!
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Emma Strubell May 17
Are you interested in deep learning for NLP but also concerned about the CO2 footprint of training? You should be! Excited to share our work "Energy and Policy Considerations for Deep Learning in NLP" at ! With and . Preprint coming soon.
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MIT CSAIL Apr 10
3 years ago MIT grad student Katie Bouman led the creation of a new algorithm to produce the first-ever image of a black hole. Today, that image was released. More info: 2016 story:
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Victor Sanh Nov 16
Here's how we beat the state-of-the-art in NLP with HMTL 💪 Happy to finally share our latest paper on multi-task learning: !! And we are also releasing the code!! The training code relies on the AllenNLP library .
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emnlp2019 Nov 4
First best long paper talk! Emma Strubell on "Linguistically-Informed Self-Attention for Semantic Role Labeling"
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HackHer413 Nov 2
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Ali H.Vahid Nov 1
Coolest poster of the day
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Anima (hiring at ICML+CVPR) Oct 27
Replying to @AnimaAnandkumar
Bullying and trolling for just speaking up about @NipsConference name change is shameful. I can speak up, but still feel emotionally exhausted. Others are less fortunate. A couple of emails on how bullying continues. shutting down is to maintain status quo and power
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Kyunghyun Cho Oct 11
the paper behind BERT is now online: BERT: Pre-training of Deep Bidirectional Transformers for Language Understanding Jacob Devlin, Ming-Wei Chang, Kenton Lee, Kristina Toutanova
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Thomas Wolf Aug 29
A very nice paper for those interested in Transformers for NLP (and if you are not, you should!) Give insights on why these models improve on high level metrics like BLEU/ppl. I like that they went the extra mile to get a real comparison to the (interesting) results of !
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Lilian Weng Aug 21
If you are interested in learning RL, especially Deep RL, but not sure where to start, check out this post I wrote earlier this year:
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Andrej Karpathy Aug 19
Great post exploring the details of one of the first few programs.
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