ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2014); April 26 - May 1, Toronto, Canada

Jutta Willamowski  will participate in CHI 2014 . She will also participate in a SIGCHI HCI & Sustainability community workshop  which brings together researchers to:

assess what has been learned in the last eight years of HCI & Sustainability research; address conceptual inconsistencies in the field; and develop a coherent framework for orienting and evaluating future work.

13th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems; May 5-9, 2014, Paris, France

Onno Zoeter  will participate in AAMAS 2014  and present two papers: 

A Mechanism to Optimally Balance Cost and Quality of Labeling Tasks Outsourced to Strategic Agents; co-authored by Satyanath Bhat, Swaprava Nath, Onno Zoeter, Sujit Gujar, Y. Narahari and Chris Dance . A Quality Assuring Multi-armed Bandit Crowdsourcing Mechanism with Incentive Compatible Learning; co-authored by Shweta Jain, Sujit Gujar, Onno Zoeter and Y. Narahari.

14th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL); Gothenburg, Sweden, 26–30 April 2014

Christophe Servan , XRCE Machine Learning for Document Access and Translation research group, will participate in the conference and present a paper co-authored by Alessio Boscay, Vassilina Nikoulinaz  and Marc Dymetman :

"A Lightweight Terminology Verification Service for External MachineTranslation Engines" Abstract: We propose a demonstration of a domainspecific terminology checking service which works on top of any generic blackbox MT, and only requires access to a bilingual terminology resource in the domain. In cases where an incorrect translation of a source term was proposed by the generic MT service, our service locates the wrong translation of the term in the target and suggests a terminologically correct translation for this term.

We propose a demonstration of a domainspecificterminology checking servicewhich works on top of any generic blackboxMT, and only requires access to abilingual terminology resource in the domain.In cases where an incorrect translationof a source term was proposed bythe generic MT service, our service locatesthe wrong translation of the term in the targetand suggests a terminologically correcttranslation for this term.


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