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Temporal effects on NLP models

I will briefly introduce my work at Adobe Research, then talk about recent work with my student Oshin Agarwal.

 

Trustworthy Information Retrieval

Abstract: Access to reliable information is essential. How do we ensure that the technology that we use to connect people to information is itself trustworthy? In the talk I decompose this question intrinsic aspects, having to do with transparency of information retrieval methods, and extrinsic aspects, having to do with robustness of information retrieval methods. The talk will be example-based in an attempt to make two key dimensions (transparency and robustness) as tangible as possible.

 

(Note that the time differs from regular colloquium time)

Towards Explainable Retrieval Models for Professional Search Tasks

 

"Think before you speak": Language Generation with Planning

**Please note that the time differs from the regular meeting time**

How children are and aren’t like adults when it comes to interpreting pronouns: A developmental modeling investigation

 

Towards Human-Centered AI: Understanding Human Production and Consumption of Explanations

 

Examining Racially Biased Language within a Large Corpus American Football Commentary

Movie image and title: "Coded Bias: There is no algorithm for truth"

You are cordially invited to a virtual screening and panel discussion of the film
CODED BIAS

Movie Viewing: Wednesday, 3/24 - Monday, 3/29
Virtual Panel Discussion: Friday, 3/26 at 4 p.m.

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