At the 61st annual meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL), Google will be showcasing its latest research in natural language processing and understanding. As a Diamond Level sponsor of ACL 2023, Google is actively involved in workshops, tutorials, and over 50 publications. If you’re attending ACL 2023, make sure to visit the Google booth to learn more about the exciting projects that Google is working on to solve problems for billions of people.
Here are some of the spotlight papers that Google researchers will be presenting:
1. NusaCrowd: Open Source Initiative for Indonesian NLP Resources – This paper introduces an open-source initiative aimed at providing resources for natural language processing in Indonesian.
2. Optimizing Test-Time Query Representations for Dense Retrieval – The researchers present a method to improve query representations for dense retrieval, resulting in better search results.
3. PropSegmEnt: A Large-Scale Corpus for Proposition-Level Segmentation and Entailment Recognition – This paper introduces a large-scale corpus that can be used for proposition-level segmentation and entailment recognition tasks.
These are just a few examples of the exciting research that Google will be sharing at ACL 2023. Make sure to visit the Google booth to learn more about their participation and the innovative projects they are working on.