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News

  • Apr. 2021: Our SummEval repository is online and pip-installable now. Check it out!
  • Apr. 2021: One paper published at npj digital medicine: COVID-19 information retrieval with deep-learning based semantic search, question answering, and abstractive summarization!
  • Apr. 2021: Our new dataset FeTaQA: Free-form Table Question Answering is released online now. Check it out!
  • Apr. 2021: We updated aan.how, which now has over 16k manually-curated resources on NLP and related topics!
  • Apr. 2021: Khera Awarded Career Development Grant from National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute!
  • Mar. 2021: Three papers accepted to NAACL! Improving Zero and Few-Shot Abstractive Summarization with Intermediate Fine-tuning and Data Augmentation, DART: Open-Domain Structured Data Record to Text Generation, and QMSum: A New Benchmark for Query-based Multi-domain Meeting Summarization!
  • Mar. 2021: Two papers accepted to ICLR! GraPPa: Grammar-Augmented Pre-Training for Table Semantic Parsing and SCoRe: Pre-Training for Context Representation in Conversational Semantic Parsing!
  • Mar. 2021: Tao Yu has successfully defended his PhD dissertation on semantic parsing for natural language interfaces. Congratulations to Dr. Yu!
  • Feb. 2021: Alex Fabbri has successfully defended his PhD dissertation on natural language processing for text summarization. Congratulations to Dr. Fabbri!
  • Feb. 2021 Check out our Fall 2020 projects!
  • Jul. 2020 Check out the ESPRIT paper, accepted at ACL 2020!
  • Dec. 2019 Professor Dragomir Radev Elected as a Fellow of the AAAI! [link]
  • Dec. 2019: Professor Dragomir Radev Elected as a Fellow of the AAAI! [link]
  • Nov. 2019 Check out our task pages and repositories for SParC, CoSQL, EditSQL, and Multi-News!
  • Oct. 2019: AAN.how has been updated to include over 12,000 resoures!
  • Oct. 2019: A LILY paper was accepted to the NeurIPS Machine Learning for Health Workshop!
  • Sep. 2019 Coached by Dragomir Radev, U.S. linguistics team takes prizes at IOL! [link]
  • Aug. 2019: U.S. linguistics team, coached by Professor Radev, thrives at IOL. Check out the story!
  • Aug. 2019: Check out the CoSQL and EditSQL papers from EMNLP 2019!
  • Jun. 2019: Check out our ACL 2019 SParC: Yale & Salesforce Semantic Parsing and Text-to-SQL in Context Challenge !
  • May. 2019 Four LILY papers have been accepted at ACL, the top conference in Natural Language Processing!
  • Apr. 2019: Check out our collection of Awesome NLP pages!
  • Apr. 2019: We updated aan.how to include over 500 additional lecture slides from university courses!
  • Mar. 2019: Register for The 1st Yale Workshop on AI, Ethics, and Society!
  • Jan. 2019: Check out the work the LILY Lab will be presenting at AAAI, including the LectureBank and ScisummNet datasets!
  • Dec. 2018 Yale senior Michihiro Yasunaga is recipient of CRA 2019 Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award! [link]
  • Dec. 2018 Professor Dragomir Radev has been selected as new ACL fellow for 2018! [link]
  • Nov. 2018: The LILY Lab now has a blog on Medium! Check it out here!
  • Nov. 2018 Professor Dragomir Radev named AAAS Fellow! [link]
  • Oct. 2018:Check out this blog post on replicating the OpenAI Pretrained Transformer Language Model
  • Oct. 2018: Check out this blog post on the Spider dataset!
  • Sep. 2018: Check out the dataset and leaderboard for our EMNLP 2018 paper: Spider - Yale Complex and Cross-Domain Semantic Parsing and Text-to-SQL Challenge!
  • Aug. 2018 U.S. high schoolers, coached by Prof. Dragomir Radev, win the 2018 International Linguistics Olympiad in Prague, Czech Republic! [link]
  • July 2018. Our paper on TutorialBank was presented at ACL. You can read about TutorialBank on this blog post.
  • Jun. 2018 A very successful research year for the Natural Language Processing group at Yale! [link]
  • May 2018. AAN (All About NLP) hosted at http://aan.how/. Our new search engine for 8000+ tutorials, presentations, libraries, NACLO problems on NLP, AI, DL.
  • We are co-organizing a workshop on Scientific Document Summarization at SIGIR 2018
  • Workshop on Computational Social Science on October 20, 2017
  • May 2017 Dragomir Radev is the new Giamatti Professor of Computer Science! [link]