Look Who’s Talking: Stanford Linguists at CoNLL 2021

Stanford linguists presented their research at the 2021 SIGNLL Conference on Computational Natural Language Learning (CoNLL 2021), which was held in a hybrid format on November 10-11. 

Speakers from our department included Eva Portelance, Michael Frank, and Dan Jurafsky, who along with Alessandro Sordoni and Romain Laroche presented a talk titled “The Emergence of the Shape Bias Results from Communicative Efficiency.”

Alums Sebastian Schuster (Ph.D. ’20)  and Sam Bowman (Ph.D. ’16) were also among the presenters of a project titled “NOPE: A Corpus of Naturally-Occurring Presuppositions in English.”