Challenges for Natural Language Processing Symposium is a series of competitions oriented towards advancing human language technologies. The goal of the symposium is to evaluate natural language processing tools in demanding, non-obvious tasks that address multimodal problems, cross-lingual learning and processing of natural languages that are not widely represented in other evaluation campaigns.
This year we invite all interested teams and individuals to participate in the following events:
More details about the competitions can be found in the linked subpages.
Apart from the competitions, we also welcome submissions to the General Session that includes the topics listed below:
- Corpora and Language Resources
- Machine Learning in NLP
- Speech Processing
- Language Modeling
- Conversational AI
- Question Answering
- Sentiment and Emotion Detection
- Information Extraction
- Language Generation
Papers submitted for the General Session must comply with all standard FedCSIS requirements. For this session we only accept regular papers that describe new research contributions, present experiences encountered in practice or report on research topics worthy of immediate communication as explained on the page on paper categories.