natural language generation

SigDial 2017 Special Session: Natural Language Generation for Dialogue Systems

Abbreviated Title: 
NLG for Dialogue Systems
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
18 Apr 2017
Event Dates: 
16 Aug 2017 to 17 Aug 2017
Location: 
Special Session at SIGDIAL
City: 
Saarbrücken
State: 
Country: 
Germany
Contact: 
Marilyn Walker
Vera Demberg
Contact Email: 
mawalker [at] ucsc.edu
vera [at] coli.uni-saarland.de

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SigDial 2017 Special Session:
Natural Language Generation for Dialogue Systems
First Call for Papers
Paper Submission: 18th April 2017
http://www.sigdial.org/workshops/conference18/
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E2E NLG Challenge

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Call for Participation
Submission Deadline: 
31 Oct 2017
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Contact: 
Jekaterina Novikova, Ondrej Dusek, Verena Rieser
Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK
Contact Email: 
e2e-nlg-challenge [at] googlegroups.com

Shared task on end-to-end natural language generation from dialogue acts, using unaligned data.

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DSTC6: Call for track proposals

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Call for Proposals
Submission Deadline: 
13 Feb 2017
Event Dates: 
15 Feb 2017 to 3 Mar 2017
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Contact: 
Chiori Hori
Seokhwan Kim
Koichiro Yoshino
Julien Perez
Contact Email: 
chori [at] merl.com
kims [at] i2r.a-star.edu.sg
koichiro [at] is.naist.jp
julien.perez [at] xrce.xerox.com

The DSTC shared task has now been running since 2013. This year’s challenge has been renamed to Dialog System Technology Challenge, which reflects the wider scope we aim for.

The DSTC6 challenge will include 3-4 tracks, which should reflect the interests of the community. We would like to encourage you to submit a track proposal for dialog related technologies including but not limited to:

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2nd CFP 9th International Conference on Natural Language Generation (INLG 2016)

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Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
16 May 2016
Event Dates: 
5 Sep 2016 to 8 Sep 2016
Location: 
University of Edinburgh
City: 
Edinburgh
State: 
Country: 
UK
Contact: 
INLG 2016 chairs
Contact Email: 
inlg2016 [at] googlegroups.com

9th International Conference on Natural Language Generation (INLG 2016)

Location: Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
Dates: 5-8 September 2016
Website: http://www.macs.hw.ac.uk/InteractionLab/INLG2016/

Submissions deadline: 16 May 2016

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1st SIGGEN Hackathon (at INLG 2016)

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Other
Event Dates: 
5 Sep 2016 to 6 Sep 2016
Location: 
City: 
Edinburgh
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UK
Contact: 
David Howcroft
INLG 2016 organisers
Contact Email: 
dave.howcroft [at] gmail.com
inlg2016 [at] googlegroups.com

During the workshop+tutorial days at INLG 2016, we will host the first SIGGEN Hackathon, focusing on generation for controlled natural languages (CNLs; Kuhn 2014). Based on a particular natural language, a controlled natural language aims to preserve most of its natural properties while restricting the lexicon, syntax, and/or semantics. These restrictions make hacking together a surface realizer in 24 hours a tractable enough task that we'd like you to try it!

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Special Track On Intelligent Language Processing: Trends and Applications

Abbreviated Title: 
IPL
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
24 Oct 2016
Event Dates: 
26 Oct 2016
Location: 
Cairo University
City: 
cairo
State: 
cairo
Country: 
Egypt
Contact: 
Khaled Shaalan
Contact Email: 
khaled.shaalan [at] buid.ac.ae

New trends of intelligent language processing systems are emerging, such as big data analysis, social network analysis, Internet of things, smart services, mobile computing, computer games, to name a few. Applications of these trends have been applied to various domains including education, travel and tourism, healthcare, among others.

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Special Track On Intelligent Language Processing: Trends and Applications

Abbreviated Title: 
ILP
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
30 Apr 2016
Event Dates: 
24 Oct 2016 to 26 Oct 2016
Location: 
Cairo University
City: 
Giza
State: 
Cairo
Country: 
Egypt
Contact: 
Aboul Ella Hassanien
Khaled Shaalan
Contact Email: 
aboitcairo [at] gmail.com
kshaalan [at] acm.org

New trends of intelligent language processing systems are emerging, such as big data analysis, social network analysis, Internet of things, smart services, mobile computing, computer games, to name a few. Applications of these trends have been applied to various domains including education, travel and tourism, healthcare, among others.

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Workshop on Computational Pragmatics

Abbreviated Title: 
CompPrag2016
Call for Abstracts
Submission Deadline: 
9 Aug 2015
Event Dates: 
24 Feb 2016 to 26 Feb 2016
City: 
Konstanz
Country: 
Germany
Contact: 
Anton Benz
Ralf Klabunde
Sebastian Reuße
Jon Stevens
Contact Email: 
benz [at] zas.gwz-berlin.de
klabunde [at] linguistics.rub.de
reusse [at] linguistics.rub.de
jonscottstevens [at] gmail.com

Computational Pragmatics (CompPrag2016)

Workshop at the 38th Annual Conference of the German Linguistics Society (DGfS) in Konstanz, February 24-26.

Invited speakers
Kees van Deemter, University of Aberdeen
Noah Goodman, Stanford University

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Dartmouth Turing Tests in Creativity

Call for Demonstrations
Submission Deadline: 
15 Mar 2016
Contact: 
Dan Rockmore
Sravana Reddy
Contact Email: 
turingtests [at] math.dartmouth.edu

The Neukom Institute for Computational Science at Dartmouth College is pleased to announce the first annual Neukom Institute Prizes in Computational Arts. These competitions aim to inspire innovations in computational methods that generate artistic products, such as literary, musical, and visual art.

Two of this year's contests are in creative natural language generation: the "DigiLit" task, which encourages the creation of algorithms able to produce a short story, and "PoetiX", a competition in computer-generated sonnet writing in response to a prompt.

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