|Jun 15, 2005|
|ACL Conference to Focus on Advances in Natural Language Processing
|Approximately 700 educators, researchers, and students from around the world will gather in Ann Arbor for the 43rd annual meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics from June 25-30.
The conference will focus on advances in the ability of computers to understand and react to natural language. Popular applications include making Web search engines respond more accurately to users' questions, automatic text translation, knowledge extraction from the Web, and human-computer dialogue.
Dragomir Radev, an associate professor in the University of Michigan School of Information, the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and the Department of Linguistics, is local chair of the event. The U-M School of Information, the College of Engineering, and the Department of Linguistics are co-hosting the conference. [More Info]|