Apple sponsored the Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP) conference, which was held in a hybrid format from November 7 to 11. EMNLP is a conference focused on natural language processing.

Accepted Papers

Conference Accepted Papers

Entity-Based Knowledge Conflicts in Question Answering

Shayne Longpre, Kartik Perisetla, Anthony Chen, Nikhil Ramesh, Chris DuBois, Sameer Singh

Plan-then-Generate: Controlled Data-to-Text Generation

Yixuan Su, David Vandyke, Sihui Wang, Yimai Fang, Nigel Collier

Workshop Accepted Paper

Using Pause Information for More Accurate Entity Recognition

Sahas Dendukuri, Pooja Chitkara, Joel Ruben Antony Moniz, Xiao Yang, Manos Tsagkias, Stephen Pulman

Talks and Workshops

“Meet Apple” was an opportunity to learn more about our machine learning teams, working at Apple, and how to apply to full-time positions. This talk was held virtually on November 10 at 2:30 pm PDT.

Apple hosted a panel on internships, where attendees learned more about internship opportunities across our machine learning teams. It was held virtually on November 10 at 4:00 pm PDT.

All registered EMNLP attendees are invited to attend. Visit our virtual booth for more information on how to join each event.

Affinity Events

Apple is a sponsor of Widening NLP, which held a workshop at EMNLP on November 11.

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