The WashU NLP Group
The Natural Language Processing Group at Washington University is a team of faculty and students working on understanding and modeling natural language. We work on a broad range of fundamental NLP topics including deep learning models, language representation and generation, language models, structure prediction, knowledge graphs, language and vision, responsible models (including security, robustness, interpretability, fairness), neural symbolic models, code understanding and generation, as well as applications of NLP for science, biomedicine, math, economics, and blockchain.
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- Our group has 4 papers accepted to EMNLP 2022.
- Our paper “Joint Language Semantic and Structure Embedding for Knowledge Graph Completion” is accepted to COLING 2022 as an oral presentation.
- The WashU NLP group was launched.