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DATAIA Seminar | «How machines learn to talk. Challenges and opportunities of neural approaches for Conversational AI» - Verena Rieser

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DATAIA Seminar | «How machines learn to talk. Challenges and opportunities of neural approaches for Conversational AI» - Verena Rieser

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Closing date for registration : 06.03.20
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Inria-Saclay Center Est - A. Turing Building - Amphithater Sophie Germain
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6 mars 2020 - 15.30
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As part of its scientific activities, the DATAIA Institute organises seminars aimed at discussing about AI.
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Verena Rieser (Heriot-Watt University), and member of the DATAIA Institute's Scientific Advisory Board, is leading the DATAIA seminar of March 6th, on: « How machines learn to talk. Challenges and opportunities of neural approaches for Conversational AI ».

 

The seminar will be held remotely.

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Amazon Alexa, Apple's Siri or Google's assistant are able to converse with humans using language. The underlying technology - often referred to as spoken dialogue systems - have experienced a revolution over the past decade, moving from being completely handcrafted to using data-driven machine learning methods.
In this talk, I will review current developments including my work on using reinforcement learning and deep learning models, and evaluate these methods in the light of results from real-world applications. In particular, I will report our experience from experimenting with these models for generating responses in open-domain social dialogue as part of the Amazon Alexa Prize challenge, as well as for task-based system as part of the E2E NLG challenge - a shared task organised by my team.

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The seminar will be followed by a coffee break.

Registration free but mandatory within the limit of available seats.
For security reasons, no access to the conference room for unregistered participants

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