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Toward Broad and Deep Language Understanding for Intelligent Systems

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  • UserMarjorie McShane (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
  • ClockFriday 22 October 2021, 12:00-13:00
  • HouseVirtual (Zoom).

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Meeting ID: 980 7346 6422 Passcode: 812664

The early vision of AI included the goal of endowing intelligent systems with human-like language processing capabilities. This proved harder than expected, leading the vast majority of natural language processing practitioners to pursue less ambitious, shorter-term goals. Whereas the utility of human-like language processing is unquestionable, its feasibility is quite justifiably questioned. In this talk, I will not only argue that some approximation of human-like language processing is possible, I will present a program of R&D that is working on making it a reality. This vision, as well as progress to date, is described in the book Linguistics for the Age of AI (MIT Press, 2021).

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