Special Issue "Creative and Generative Natural Language Processing and Its Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 August 2022) | Viewed by 4019
Interests: natural language processing; machine learning; neural networks; corpora processing; artificial intelligence; telemedicine; user experience
Interests: ethics in AI; chatbots; human–chatbot interaction; IE; NER; NLP; ML; MT; corpus linguistics; pluricentrism; specialized language
This Special Issue will focus on creative natural language usage and its applications. Whereas others investigate typical areas from the field of NLP, such as parsers, taggers, etc., we will focus our attention on creative and generative research topics not limited to corpora augmentation, creative text generation, natural language understanding, answer generation, dialog agents, etc. We will also focus on its applications in other fields on science and business, especially as far as business costs reductions are concerned. We also invite convergent research articles, particularly if the generally perceived state of the art has not been established yet. We encourage you to submit papers in the areas of (but not limited to): general natural language processing, machine learning, computational and corpora based linguistics, natural language generation and understanding, fake texts detection and generation (e.g., story, poetry, QA answers, chatbot contextual answers, etc.), machine translation and its post-editing, speech technology, ASR automatic transcription and its post editing, summary generation, creative describing, and social signal processing.
Technical Program Committee Members:
1. (PhD Candidate) MSc Karol Chlasta: Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology, 02-008 Warsaw; Poland & SWPS University, 03-815 Warsaw, Poland
2. (PhD Candidate) MSc Eng. Emilia Zawadzka-Gosk: Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology, 02-008 Warsaw, Poland
Dr. Krzysztof Wołk
Dr. Ida Skubis
Dr. Tomasz Grzes
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- Natural language processing
- Computational linguistics
- Corpora language processing
- Creative text generation
- Machine translation
- Automatic post-editing
- Answer generation methods and applications
- Corpora augmentation
- Corpora creation processing and analysis
- Language generation applications