Evaluation of weakly-supervised methods for aspect extraction

Seminar from Mohamed Ettaleb, Post-doctoral fellow at LIUM   Date: 01/07/2022 Time: 10h30 Localization: IC2 Boardroom, online Speaker: Mohamed Ettaleb   Evaluation of weakly-supervised methods for aspect extraction     Aspect-based sentiment analysis (ABSA) may provide more detailed information than general sentiment analysis. It aims to extract aspects from reviews and predict their polarities. In […]

Am I collaborating well?

Am I collaborating well? Date: 05/07/2022 Heure: 10h Lieu: Salle de réunion CERIUM Laval et visio ZOOM Intervenant: Sambit PRAHARAJ Collaboration is a 21st century super skill. The detection of collaboration quality can help to support collaboration. This presentation addresses the automatic collaboration quality detection in a face-to-face setting in 3 different steps by summarizing […]

Parole superposée et genre, étude des annotations pour les médias audiovisuels.

Seminar from Martin Lebourdais, PhD student at LIUM   Date: 06/05/2022 Time: 11h00 Localization: IC2 Boardroom, online Speaker: Martin Lebourdais   Overlapping speech and gender, a study of annotations for audiovisual media.     Our aim is to characterize gender representations in French media through interactions between speakers according to their role. This paper proposes […]

Des arbres, des chevaliers et des marionnettes : apprentissages par transferts pour le traitement des langues historiques

Seminar from Loïc Grobol, Assistant Professor at Université Paris Nanterre   Date: 29/04/2022 Time: 11h00 Localization: IC2 Boardroom, online Speaker: Loïc Grobol   Trees, knights and puppets: transfer learning for processing of historical languages   In recent years, automatic natural language processing (NLP) has evolved extremely rapidly, with NLP systems achieving record performance for many […]

Quality Estimation: Application to Machine Translation

Seminar from Frédéric Blain, lecturer at University of Wolverhampton   Date: 15/04/2022 Time: 11h00 Localization: IC2, Boardroom and online Speaker: Frédéric Blain   Quality Estimation: Application to Machine Translation.   What is a good translation? This is a simple question, yet quite a difficult one to answer, in particular when the translation has been generated […]

Les Actualités Françaises (1945-1969) : le cinéma de l’évènement.

Séminaire de Franck Mazuet, cinéaste et chercheur au CHS-CNRS   Date: 01/04/2022 Time: 11h00 Localization: IC2, Boardroom and online Speaker: Franck Mazuet project: Antract   Les Actualités Françaises (1945-1969) : le cinéma de l’évènement.   Created at the Liberation, the public filmed press company Les Actualités Françaises produced newsreels for nearly a quarter of a […]

Multimodal Reasoning: Datasets, Models, and even some commonsense?

Seminar from Peter Vickers, Phd student at The University Of Sheffield   Date: 4/03/2022 Time: 11h00 Localization: IC2 Boardroom, online Speaker: Peter Vickers   Multimodal Reasoning: Datasets, Models, and even some commonsense?   My PhD project involves researching multimodal question answering, looking at text, vision, and knowledge graphs. How can we pose difficult questions for […]

Quelle sera la place future de la Réalité Etendue dans la collaboration et l’apprentissage ?

Séminaire de Corentin Coupry Date: 01/02/2022 Heure: 10h Lieu: Salle de conseil IC2 et visio Intervenant: Corentin Coupry La popularisation du terme Metavers en octobre 2021 et la facilité d’accès aux nouvelles technologies de Réalité Etendue (XR) ont fait entrer les mondes virtuels dans le domaine public. De nombreuses industries s’intéressent déjà à ces technologies […]

Privacy-Preserving Speech Representation Learning using Vector Quantization

Seminar from Pierre Champion, Phd student at INRIA of Nancy and LIUM   Date: 14/01/2022 Time: 11h00 Localization: IC2 Boardroom, online Speaker: Pierre Champion   Privacy-Preserving Speech Representation Learning using Vector Quantization   Speech signals are a rich source of speaker-related information, including sensitive attributes like gender, identity, etc. Those sensitive attributes can be extracted […]

Summarising Historical Text in Modern Languages

Seminar from Chenghua Lin, lecturer at the University of Sheffield   Date: 07/01/2022 Time: 11h00 Localization: online Speaker: Chenghua Lin   Summarising Historical Text in Modern Languages   We introduce the task of historical text summarisation, where documents in historical forms of a language are summarised in the corresponding modern language. This is a fundamentally […]