Search Results for author: György Szarvas

Found 6 papers, 2 papers with code

Few Shot Rationale Generation using Self-Training with Dual Teachers

no code implementations5 Jun 2023 Aditya Srikanth Veerubhotla, Lahari Poddar, Jun Yin, György Szarvas, Sharanya Eswaran

Self-rationalizing models that also generate a free-text explanation for their predicted labels are an important tool to build trustworthy AI applications.

Few-Shot Learning

Deploying a Retrieval based Response Model for Task Oriented Dialogues

no code implementations25 Oct 2022 Lahari Poddar, György Szarvas, Cheng Wang, Jorge Balazs, Pavel Danchenko, Patrick Ernst

Task-oriented dialogue systems in industry settings need to have high conversational capability, be easily adaptable to changing situations and conform to business constraints.

Retrieval Task-Oriented Dialogue Systems

Taming Continuous Posteriors for Latent Variational Dialogue Policies

no code implementations16 May 2022 Marin Vlastelica, Patrick Ernst, György Szarvas

Utilizing amortized variational inference for latent-action reinforcement learning (RL) has been shown to be an effective approach in Task-oriented Dialogue (ToD) systems for optimizing dialogue success.

reinforcement-learning Reinforcement Learning (RL) +1

Transformer Uncertainty Estimation with Hierarchical Stochastic Attention

1 code implementation27 Dec 2021 Jiahuan Pei, Cheng Wang, György Szarvas

In this work, we propose a novel way to enable transformers to have the capability of uncertainty estimation and, meanwhile, retain the original predictive performance.

Medical Diagnosis text-classification +1

The Multilingual Amazon Reviews Corpus

1 code implementation EMNLP 2020 Phillip Keung, Yichao Lu, György Szarvas, Noah A. Smith

We present the Multilingual Amazon Reviews Corpus (MARC), a large-scale collection of Amazon reviews for multilingual text classification.

General Classification Multilingual text classification +4

The BioScope corpus: biomedical texts annotated for uncertainty, negation and their scopes

no code implementations Association for Computational Linguistics 2008 György Szarvas, Veronika Vincze, Richárd Farkas, János Csirik

This article reports on a corpus annotation project that has produced a freely available resource for research on handling negation and uncertainty in biomedical texts (we call this corpus the BioScope corpus).

Negation Sentence

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