ICS Colloquia - NOV 13, Dr. Marilyn Walker - Shared screen with speaker view
The original Legend of Zelda was released in the 80s! Some of us were there. :-)
I played it!
Lyn - 10 minute warning
It was my nephews favorite game.
5 minute warning Lyn!
Topics students, if you want to chat about your paper topics or bat around sound ideas, pop me an email and we can set up a zoom chat
some ideas, not, sound ideas!
[Question] Thank you, Dr. Walker! Could you explain again the part about how semantic features of tokens are fed to the sentence encoder and the attention layer? Do they go through exactly the same process when decoding the text and forming the question?
What exactly is the coref feature (sorry I dropped off when you were talking about it)
If you introduced incorrect conceptual tags, do you think this system could be used to predict the types of questions students would produce when they themselves have a conceptual misunderstanding?
[Question] What would the co-ref feature be like when the pronoun is not referring to the interlocuters but the more generic one. For example, in the presidential debate Joe Biden said: "And by the way, this is the same fellow who told you, 'This is going to end by Easter' last time." What co-ref feature the generic YOU gets? Does this generic use cause any problem?
[Question] Having worked with children with language disorders, I have seen exceptional cases where question generation is challenging/ requires lots of modeling. Would there be strategies to model questions for students in this system as well, so they rely on receptive language rather than expressive language to articulate confusion?
Thank you! Sorry if the question was confusing.
Thank you, Dr. Walker! It is an inspiring and great talk!
thanks for a great talk!