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Towards Explainable Retrieval Models for Professional Search Tasks


"Think before you speak": Language Generation with Planning

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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"

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Movie Viewing: Wednesday, 3/24 - Monday, 3/29
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Neural Information Retrieval: In search of meaningful progress

Nataliya Stepanova, Language Science Day 2019

Nataliya Stepanova -- a Math and CS double degree student and Linguistics minor, and an alum of LSC’s PULSAR undergraduate research program -- has become the University’s sixth (ever) recipient of a Marshall Scholarship. Pandemic permitting, she will be heading to Scotland in the Fall to earn a Master’s in Speech and Language Processing at the University of Edinburgh.


User Stance Detection on Twitter


Commonsense Intelligence: Cracking the Longstanding Challenge in AI


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