Four papers by DWS authors have been accepted for ACL, the #1 venue for the research area of Natural Language Processing (ACL). Three of the papers will be presented at the conference, that is, will appear in the Proceedings of the ACL 2021, whereas the fourth paper has been accepted to appear in the Findings of the ACL 21.
The following papers will appear in the Proceedings of the ACL 21 and will be presented at the conference:
1. Soumya Barikeri, Anne Lauscher, Ivan Vulić and Goran Glavaš (long paper). RedditBias: A Real-World Resource for Bias Evaluation and Debiasing of Conversational Language Models.
2. Olga Majewska, Ivan Vulić, Goran Glavaš, Edoardo Maria Ponti and Anna Korhonen (long paper). Verb Knowledge Injection for Multilingual Event Processing.
3. Ivan Vulić, Edoardo Maria Ponti, Anna Korhonen and Goran Glavaš (long paper). LexFit: Lexical Fine-Tuning of Pretrained Language Models.
The following paper will be published in the Findings of the ACL 21:
4. Goran Glavaš and Ivan Vulić (short paper). Climbing the Tower of Treebanks: Improving Low-Resource Dependency Parsing via Hierarchical Source Selection.
ACL (in conjunction with IJCNLP) will be held online, August 2–6. More details about the program available at the conference website.