Unsupervised Discovery of Gendered Language through Latent-Variable Modeling

ACL 2019 Alexander HoyleWolf-SonkinHanna WallachIsabelle AugensteinRyan Cotterell

Studying the ways in which language is gendered has long been an area of interest in sociolinguistics. Studies have explored, for example, the speech of male and female characters in film and the language used to describe male and female politicians... (read more)

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