Georgia Tech @ ACL 2014

Georgia Tech had a lot to say at this year’s annual meeting of Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL).

  • Representation Learning for Text-level Discourse Parsing. Ji and Eisenstein. Main conference.
  • Fast Easy Unsupervised Domain Adaptation with Marginalized Structured Dropout. Yang and Eisenstein. Main conference.
  • Modeling Factuality Judgments in Social Media Text. Soni, Mitra, Gilbert, and Eisenstein. Main conference.
  • POS induction with distributional and morphological information using a distance-dependent Chinese restaurant process. Sirts, Eisenstein, Elsner, and Goldwater. Main Conference.
  • Linguistic Style-Shifting in Online Social Media. Pavalanathan and Eisenstein, Workshop on Social Dynamics and Personal Attributes.
  • Mining Themes and Interests in the Asperger’s and Autism Community. Ji, Hong, Arriaga, Rozga, Abowd, and Eisenstein. Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical Psychology.

I was especially excited to draw in some of my social computing colleagues, including Catherine Grevet, Tanushree Mitra, and Eric Gilbert. Here’s most of us:

From left: Sandeep Soni, Yangfeng Ji, Yi Yang, Catherine Grevet, Uma Pavalanathan, Tanushree Mitra, and Jacob Eisenstein

From left: Sandeep Soni, Yangfeng Ji, Yi Yang, Catherine Grevet, Uma Pavalanathan, Tanushree Mitra, and Jacob Eisenstein

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