2021 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing

6-11 June 2021 • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Extracting Knowledge from Information

2021 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing

6-11 June 2021 • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Extracting Knowledge from Information

Technical Program

HLT-14: Language Representations

Session Type: Poster
Time: Thursday, 10 June, 14:00 - 14:45
Location: Gather.Town
Session Chair: Rivka Levitan, Brooklyn College & CUNY Graduate Center
 
HLT-14.1: ENHANCING MODEL ROBUSTNESS BY INCORPORATING ADVERSARIAL KNOWLEDGE INTO SEMANTIC REPRESENTATION
         Jinfeng Li; Alibaba Group
         Tianyu Du; Zhejiang University
         Xiangyu Liu; Alibaba Group
         Rong Zhang; Alibaba Group
         Hui Xue; Alibaba Group
         Shouling Ji; Zhejiang University
 
HLT-14.2: ELBERT: FAST ALBERT WITH CONFIDENCE-WINDOW BASED EARLY EXIT
         Keli Xie; Nanjing University
         Siyuan Lu; Nanjing University
         Meiqi Wang; Nanjing University
         Zhongfeng Wang; Nanjing University
 
HLT-14.3: DUALFORMER: A UNIFIED BIDIRECTIONAL SEQUENCE-TO-SEQUENCE LEARNING
         Jen-Tzung Chien; National Chiao Tung University
         Wei-Hsiang Chang; National Chiao Tung University
 
HLT-14.4: TASK AWARE MULTI-TASK LEARNING FOR SPEECH TO TEXT TASKS
         Sathish Indurthi; Samsung Electronics
         Mohd Abbas Zaidi; Samsung Electronics
         Nikhil Kumar Lakumarapu; Samsung Electronics
         Beomseok Lee; Samsung Electronics
         Hyojung Han; Samsung Electronics
         Seokchan Ahn; Samsung Electronics
         Sangha Kim; Samsung Electronics
         Chanwoo Kim; Samsung Electronics
         Inchul Hwang; Samsung Electronics
 
HLT-14.5: LABEL-AWARE TEXT REPRESENTATION FOR MULTI-LABEL TEXT CLASSIFICATION
         Hao Guo; Alibaba Group
         Xiangyang Li; Alibaba Group
         Lei Zhang; Alibaba Group
         Jia Liu; Alibaba Group
         Wei Chen; Alibaba Group
 
HLT-14.6: MIXUP REGULARIZED ADVERSARIAL NETWORKS FOR MULTI-DOMAIN TEXT CLASSIFICATION
         Yuan Wu; Carleton University
         Diana Inkpen; University of Ottawa
         Ahmed El-Roby; Carleton University