MINNEAPOLIS, June 3, 2019 – Interactions, LLC, the leading provider of Intelligent Virtual Assistants for enterprise brands, today announced its participation in the 2019 Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (NAACL), held June 2-7 in Minneapolis.
Interactions’ artificial intelligence, machine learning and linguistics experts will be in attendance to discuss the latest advancements in the field. Dan Pressel, Senior Director of AI Technology, and Ishan Jindal, AI Engineer, will co-present “An Effective Label Noise Model for DNN Text Classification.” Yue Chen, a PhD candidate at Indiana University, will present a paper she co-authored with John Chen, Interactions Principal Inventive Scientist, titled “A k-Nearest Neighbor Approach Towards Multi-level Sequence Labeling.” Interactions Program Director Christy Doran is the conference co-chair at this year’s event.
“At Interactions, we’re constantly striving to make brands more conversational,” said Christy Doran of Interactions. “NAACL offers a unique opportunity to exchange the latest insights in natural language processing and computational linguistics, allowing industry practitioners to advance technology and make customer experiences more natural, productive and enjoyable.”
The North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics is dedicated to facilitating the exchange of information and insights among professionals in the computational linguistics field. The organization focuses on natural language processing, computational linguistics and human language technologies. To learn more, visit https://naacl2019.org/.