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Efficient sentence encoders for Conversational AI in the industry

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Building real-world conversational AI applications requires resource-efficient models that can learn in low-data regimes with only a handful of annotated examples. Fully fine-tuning large pretrained language models is expensive and computationally intractable for these applications, where fast-paced development cycles are necessary. This talk presents ConveRT and ConVEx; effective, affordable, quick-to-train, and quick-to-fine-tune sentence encoders that work well in such few-shot low-data scenarios. These encoders achieve state-of-the-art performance across a wide range of conversational tasks such as response selection, intent classification and value extraction, offering quick and effective adaptation to new tasks, domains, and languages.

This talk is part of the Language Technology Lab Seminars series.

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