Whiting School Promotes No Language Left Behind initiative at Center for Language and Speech Processing
The Whiting School of Engineering recently published an https://engineering.jhu.edu/magazine/2023/06/no-language-left-behind/
in-depth piece on the No Language Left Behind initiative at the HLTCOE’s sister center, the Center for Language and Speech Processing. The article contains interviews with CLSP Director Sanjeev Khudanpur, HLTCOE Research Scientist Matthew Wiesner, and a number of other HLTCOE affiliates.’
CLSP and HLTCOE Researchers win Outstanding Paper Award at EACL 2023
A team of researchers from the HLTCOE and the Center for Language and Speech Processing were named winners of an Outstanding Paper award at the 2023 European Association for Computational Linguistics conference. The paper was entitled ‘Iterative Document-level Information Extraction via Imitation Learning,’ and was written by a team of researchers led by first author Yunmo Chen. The full text of the paper is available here (link to https://aclanthology.org/2023.eacl-main.136.pdf ). The EACL conference was held in Dubrovnik, Croatia.”
HLTCOE Principle Investigator Carey Priebe named Visiting Scholar at Oxford and Cambridge Universities
HLTCOE’s Principle Investigator, Dr. Carey Priebe of the Applied Mathematics and Statistics Department, has been named a visiting Scholar of Pembroke College, Oxford University, and a Visiting Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge University. Dr. Priebe is spending part of his 2023 sabbatical at the renowned MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology where he is working on comparative connectomics with the Marta Zlatic and Albert Cardona Labs.