Translation Summer School
On behalf of the organisers, I would like to announce the 8th
International Translation Summer School “SummerTrans VIII”, to be held
at the University of Innsbruck (Austria) from 8 to 17 July 2019.
Addressing anyone with an interest in translation, particularly student
translators, professional translators and translation researchers and
translator trainers, SummerTrans VIII will feature, among other things,
four hands-on workshops on translation technology:
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The second annual WeCNLP (West Coast NLP) Summit is an opportunity to foster discussion and collaboration between NLP researchers in academia and industry. The event will include talks and a panel from research leaders on the latest advances in NLP technologies. The day will conclude with a happy hour and poster session where attendees can learn from each other in an informal setting.
We invite submissions in areas of NLP related, but not limited to, the following topics:
* bias and ethics in NLP.
* multimodal NLP.
* dialog and conversational AI.
* low resource scenarios in NLP.
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The 4th Arabic Natural Language Processing Workshop (WANLP 2019) will take place on August 1, 2019 in Florence, Italy. The workshop is collocated with ACL 2019.
We invite submissions on topics that include, but are not limited to, the following:
– Basic core technologies: morphological analysis, disambiguation, tokenization, POS tagging, named entity detection, chunking, parsing, semantic role labeling, sentiment analysis, Arabic dialect modeling, etc.
– Applications: machine translation, speech recognition, speech synthesis, optical character recognition, pedagogy, assistive technologies, social media, etc.
– Resources: dictionaries, annotated data, corpus, etc.
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****DEADLINE EXTENSION OF WORKSHOP PAPERS TO 3rd MAY***
1st ACL Workshop on Gender Bias for Natural Language Processing
1st Workshop on Gender Bias for Natural Language Processing
2nd August, Florence
Gender and other demographic biases in machine learned models are of increasing interest to the scientific community and industry. Models of natural language are highly affected by such biases, and biases in widely used products such as Google Translate and Alexa are understandably causing distrust and alarm in the general public. Research into how to fairly represent gender in natural language models is emerging. Examples of this are approaches such as data curation which aims to reduce model bias via changes in training and evaluation data or approaches that are changing learning algorithms themselves. While these approaches show promising results, there is more to do to solve identified and future bias issues. In order to make progress as a field, we need standard tasks which quantify bias.
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EMNLP-IJCNLP 2019 – Call for System Demonstrations
2019 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing and 9th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing (EMNLP-IJCNLP), Hong Kong, CHINA November 3-7, 2019.
The EMNLP 2019 System Demonstration Program Committee invites proposals for the Demonstrations Program. Submissions may range from early research prototypes to mature production-ready systems. Of particular interest are publicly available open-source or open-access systems. We would like to encourage demonstrations of industrial systems as long as they prove technologically innovative given the current state of the art of theory and applied research in computational linguistics. Areas of interest include all topics related to theoretical and applied computational linguistics, such as (but not limited to) the topics listed in the conference call for papers.
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First Call for Papers
The 8th Workshop on Patent and Scientific Literature Translation (PSLT 2019)
DCU, Dublin, Ireland, 20th August 2019
Following the success of MT Summit 2017 Workshop on Patent and Scientific
Literature Translation, we are organizing the 8th Workshop on Patent and
Scientific Literature Translation (PSLT 2019) as a part of MT Summit 2019
in Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland. While patent information is
still one of the major application areas of machine translation, the need
for translation of different kinds of scientific literature has also been
increasing rapidly. The workshop covers topic a wide range of topics related
to translation of scientific literature including patents, scientific
articles, and technical reports, which have common characteristics as well
as their own characteristics. The workshop, which consists of invited talks,
presentation of submitted papers, and free discussion will be an opportunity
for researchers and practitioners to get together and exchange their ideas
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The 4th Workshop on Multi-word Units in Machine Translation and Translation Technology (MUMTTT 2019)
Malaga, 27 September 2019
In conjunction with EUROPHRAS 2019 International Conference Computational and Corpus-based Phraseology: Recent advances and interdisciplinary approaches
Second Call for Papers
Following the success of the three previous editions of the workshop on Multi-word Units in Machine Translation and Translation Technology (MUMTTT) we are announcing the fourth edition to be held in conjunction with the International Conference Computational and Corpus-based Phraseology (Europhras2019) which is jointly organised by the European Association for Phraseology EUROPHRAS, the University of Malaga (Research Group in Lexicography and Translation), the University of Wolverhampton (Research Group in Computational Linguistics) and the Association for Computational Linguistics Bulgaria.
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The College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) of Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) in Qatar will organize the first international Fake News Detection Contest (Shared Task).
This contest (Shared Task) aims to gather those working on the most innovative means of combating fake content propagation. The CHSS invites those working on innovative methods or strategies that identify disinformation and misinformation on various digital media platforms. This can include methods to collect and annotate data or tools and applications to detect fake content or entities promoting fake content, e.g. bots, trolls, water armies, etc.
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Call for Participation – the 4th Asian Summer School in Information
Access (ASSIA 2019)
Following the success of the ASSIA2013 (Tsukuba), ASSIA2015(Taipei)
and ASSIA2017(Kyoto), the 4th Asian Summer School in Information
Access will be held on July 9-13, 2019 at Haikou, China.
ASSIA2019 aims to provide opportunities to research students, young
faculty members, and industrial researchers to learn the core and
advanced topics from the world-class experts in the field. It is also
a platform for the participants to discuss with each other and inspire
potentially great ideas in the broad area of information access
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The second MEMENTO workshop, 20. August 2019:
Modelling Parameters of Cognitive Effort in Translation Production
The second MEMENTO workshop 2019 solicits contributions which explore new measures and approaches to quantify and integrate translation product and process data in various modes of translation – e.g. written translation, post-editing, sight translation, interpreting, etc. – and to assess the translation process in more detail and/or under a new angles. A one-page abstracts (300-500 words, exclusive of references and appendix) should be sent to the workshop organizers. Accepted abstracts will be made available in the MT summit proceedings and via the workshop website. They will be allocated a 20-30 mins oral presentation slot on the workshop
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