Apple sponsored Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP), which was held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates from December 7 to 11. EMNLP is a leading conference focused on natural language processing.
All EMNLP attendees were invited to stop by the Apple booth (booth number 4, located near Conference Room B of the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre) to chat with available recruiters and booth staff.
Below was the schedule of Apple sponsored workshops and events.
Wednesday December 7
Thursday December 8
Sunday December 11
Conference Accepted Paper
Robin M. Schmidt, Telmo Pires, Stephan Peitz, Jonas Lööf
Dictation is one of the most heavily used input features on Apple devices. In our latest release, we have added auto-punctuation and emoji capabilities to dictation in 5 languages covering 13 locales. We support periods, commas, and question marks in the first version. These were identified as the top used punctuations that were explicitly dictated and also the punctuations that can be inferred from text alone. We have also added the ability to dictate frequently used emojis.
All EMNLP attendees are invited to stop by the Apple booth (booth number 4, located near Conference Room B of the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre) to experience this demo in person.
Yunyao Li co-organized the Data Science with Human in the Loop workshop.
Jeff Bigham, Katherine Luna, Shen Ma, Kun Qian, and Saptarshi Guha are members of the Data Science with Human in the Loop workshop program committee.
Rajen Chatterjee is co-organizing Automatic Post Editing shared task at the seventh conference on Machine Translation collocated with EMNLP 2022.
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The Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS) conference was held virtually on December 6 - 14. NeurIPS is a global conference focused on fostering the exchange of research on neural information processing systems in their biological, technological, mathematical, and theoretical aspects.