We are organizing a workshop! Together with some of my colleagues at the lab, we are organizing a workshop at the UMAP conference this year on the representation of context and its impact on user modeling. These are my thoughts.
This blog post comes as a reflection of the past few months of my work with empathy in conversational agents, in studying the relationship between commonly understood words and academic demarcations of their use. I would like to better appreciate the scope of human factors research, and this writing exercise is an effort towards that.
This blog post is a result of ruminations resulting from my visit to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and how much my experience there differed from visiting museums and installations of art before this experience. Installation art is a completely new and different creative endeavour, and I wanted to explore the relationship between philo...
In this blog post, I aim to explore, very rudimentarily, the notion of compositional semantics, distributional semantics, the idea of compositional distributionality, and why it is such a dream which would change interpretable NLP systems if ever achieved…. and why it might not be achieved.
Grammar formalisms are a method of formalising, understanding and representing syntatic structures. They model the syntax and provide a rigid, comprehensive and parsable notion of grammaticality in a given language.
Thank you to Dr. Manish Shrivastava (aka manshri) for this idea. I have not had the time to implement it yet, but one of these days, I shall try my best to find some time to try to implement this. In the meantime, here are 2 AM thoughts.
In a discussion with Siddharth Bhat, I whipped up a narrative of how I wished conversation analysis in linguistics were taught to us at an undergraduate level.