Author: Shota Momma

Tung in CICS Thurs. 3/12 11:45am-1:00pm

Thursday, March 12, 2020 – 11:45 to 13:00 Hsiao-Yu (Fish) Tung (Carnegie Mellon): Embodied Visual Recognition Abstract: Current state-of-the-art CNNs can localize and name objects in internet photos, yet, they miss the basic knowledge that a two-year-old toddler has possessed: objects

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CUNY virtual conference: 3/19-3/21

The 33rd CUNY sentence processing conference, one of the largest conference on sentence processing, was planned to be take place at the UMass on 3/19-3/21. However, due to the developing coronavirus outbreak and the recommendations of the CDC and the MA

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Charlow in Linguistics, Fri. 12/6 at 3:30pm

Simon  Charlow (Rutgers) will give a colloquium talk in Linguistics Friday on 12/6 at 3:30pm. The title and the abstract will be posted at a later date. Everyone welcome!    

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Pagnier in Cognitive Brown bag Wed. 12/4 at noon

Guillaume Pagnier (Brown Ph.D. student) will give a talk in Cognitive brown bag Wed. 12/4 at noon in Tobin 521B. All are welcome!

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[neural-linguistics] Karpinska on model evaluation, Thurs. 12/3 at 3pm

Please join us for a seminar on 3rd December (Tuesday) from 1-2 pm by Marzena Karpinska, a PhD student at the University of Tokyo Linguistics department. Model evaluation: What can we do better? Tuesday, 3rd December 2019, 1:00pm to 2:00pm.

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Anderson in CICS Thurs. 11/21 4:00pm-5:00pm

LOCATION: Computer Science Building, 151 DATE & TIME: Nov 21, 2019, 4:00 pm-5:00 pm “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner: a Bayesian Approach to Modeling Perspective” Abstract: Perspectival aspects of meaning are some of the most challenging dimensions of natural language

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Gross in Developmental Science Colloquia Thurs. 11/21 at 1:00pm

Thursday, November 21, 2019, 1:00pm to 2:00pm Location: Tobin 423 Megan C. Gross, assistant professor at University of Massachusetts Amherst Communications Disorders, will present a talk titled Predictors of Bilingual Children’s Language Choices in Different Conversation Contexts Abstract: Bilingual children exhibit a remarkable

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Yang in CICS Thurs. 11/21 11:45am-1:15pm

who: Diyi Yang when: 11/21 (Thursday) 11:45a – 1:15p where: Computer Science Building Rm 150 food: Athena’s Pizza generous sponsor:  ORACLE LABS “Building Language Technologies for Better Online Communities“ Abstract: We live in an era where many aspects of our daily activities

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Wang in CICS Wed. 11/20 4:00pm-5:00pm

who: Yuxiong Wang when: 11/20 (Wednesday) 4p – 5p where: Computer Science Building Rm 150 food:  Snacks generous sponsor:  ORACLE LABS “Learning to Learn More with Less“ Abstract: Understanding how humans and machines learn from few examples remains a fundamental challenge. Humans are

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Petrill in Developmental Science Colloquia Thurs. 11/14 at 1:00pm

Thursday, November 14, 2019 1:00pm to 2:00pm Location: Tobin 423 Steve Petrill PhD, professor at The Ohio State University, will present a talk titled Development of reading and math abilities; genetics and brain development To learn more about Dr Petrill, visit https://psychology.osu.edu/people/petrill.2 All

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