March 2nd - 3rd 2018
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OpenNMT is an Open Source project providing neural technologies for different tasks such as automatic machine translation, text generation and summarization. The OpenNMT project is a collection of implementations on multiple frameworks designed to be simple to use and easy to extend, while maintaining efficiency and state-of-the-art accuracy. Learn more about OpenNMT at http://opennmt.net!
Registration is FREE and OPEN to both the OpenNMT community as well as anyone interested in Deep Learning applications for natural language processing.
The main goals of the workshop are to:
During the daylong hackathon, we will provide hands-on training, but also development sessions to share good development practices and to kick off development of new features or interfaces.
In that spirit, we will have a balanced panel of presentations from Academia, Language Service Providers, Commercials and Institutional users.
Are you involved in natural language processing and want to be aware of the huge improvement led by AI, Neural Networks and Deep Learning? Come and learn from thought leaders from Research, Industry and Open Source NMT developers!
Share different perspectives (developers/users/researchers) on OpenNMT and Neural Machine Translation in general
Get insights on the latest innovations that the community is putting inside the framework
Establish direct contacts within the community, share results and collaboratively work on a roadmap
|9:00 AM||Welcome and program review|
|9:15 AM||Research||Alexander Rush, HarvardNLP||NMT from lab to community|
|9:45 AM||Engineering||Jean Senellart, SYSTRAN||Industry Bridge|
|10:15 AM||Evaluation||Vincent Nguyen, Ubiqus||NMT evaluation|
|10:45 AM||Engineering||Guillaume Klein, SYSTRAN||1 year developing and maintaining OpenNMT|
|11:15 AM||Coffee Break|
|11:30 AM||Interactive session||OpenNMT Directions and Roadmap|
|11:55 AM||LSP Focus|
Moderator: V. Nguyen
|Panos Kanavos, Lexorama Ltd||Using OpenNMT for Human Translation|
|12:15 PM||Terence Lewis, MyDutchPal Ltd|
|12:30 PM||Tony O'Dowd, KantanMT||Preparing the KantanMT community for the OpenNMT Migration|
|12:45 PM||Lunch Sharing and Discussions|
|1:40 PM||Industry Focus|
Moderator: J. Senellart
|Andrew Joscelyne, TAUS||Nunc Est Tempus|
|2:00 PM||Talaat Khalil, booking.com||Booking.com NMT, a OpenNMT use case|
|2:30 PM||Shahram Khadivi, eBay||Neural MT in e-commerce: Advances and Challenges|
|3:00 PM||Training on the cloud||Julien Simon, AWS||Simple and Effective AI implementation with AWS|
|3:25 PM||Coffee Break|
|3:55 PM||Research||Guillaume Lample, Facebook||Unsupervised Machine Translation Using Monolingual Corpora Only|
|4:25 PM||Parnia Bahar, RWTH||Hidden Markov Model Factorization in Neural Machine Translation|
|4:45 PM||OpenNMT for... non NMT|
Moderator: A. Rush
|Yuntian Deng, HarvardNLP||Image to Text|
|5:00 PM||Ben Peters, Saarland University||Massively Multilingual Neural Grapheme-to-Phoneme Conversion|
|5:15 PM||Sebastien Gehrmann, HavardNLP||Content and Plan Selection for Natural Language Generation|
|5:30 PM||Paul Tardy, Ubiqus|
Chieh-Teng Chang, National Taiwan University
|OpenNMT for Summarization|
Jean Senellart, SYSTRAN
Alexander Rush, Harvard NLP
Guillaume Klein, SYSTRAN
Vincent Nguyen, Ubiqus
Pierre Senellart, Télécom ParisTech