Search Results for author: J. Edward Hu

Found 8 papers, 3 papers with code

Guided Generation of Cause and Effect

no code implementations21 Jul 2021 Zhongyang Li, Xiao Ding, Ting Liu, J. Edward Hu, Benjamin Van Durme

We present a conditional text generation framework that posits sentential expressions of possible causes and effects.

Conditional Text Generation Knowledge Graphs

Iterative Paraphrastic Augmentation with Discriminative Span Alignment

no code implementations1 Jul 2020 Ryan Culkin, J. Edward Hu, Elias Stengel-Eskin, Guanghui Qin, Benjamin Van Durme

We introduce a novel paraphrastic augmentation strategy based on sentence-level lexically constrained paraphrasing and discriminative span alignment.

Frame

Improved Image Wasserstein Attacks and Defenses

1 code implementation26 Apr 2020 J. Edward Hu, Adith Swaminathan, Hadi Salman, Greg Yang

Robustness against image perturbations bounded by a $\ell_p$ ball have been well-studied in recent literature.

Randomized Smoothing of All Shapes and Sizes

1 code implementation ICML 2020 Greg Yang, Tony Duan, J. Edward Hu, Hadi Salman, Ilya Razenshteyn, Jerry Li

Randomized smoothing is the current state-of-the-art defense with provable robustness against $\ell_2$ adversarial attacks.

Improved Lexically Constrained Decoding for Translation and Monolingual Rewriting

1 code implementation NAACL 2019 J. Edward Hu, Huda Khayrallah, Ryan Culkin, Patrick Xia, Tongfei Chen, Matt Post, Benjamin Van Durme

Lexically-constrained sequence decoding allows for explicit positive or negative phrase-based constraints to be placed on target output strings in generation tasks such as machine translation or monolingual text rewriting.

Data Augmentation Machine Translation +3

Collecting Diverse Natural Language Inference Problems for Sentence Representation Evaluation

no code implementations EMNLP (ACL) 2018 Adam Poliak, Aparajita Haldar, Rachel Rudinger, J. Edward Hu, Ellie Pavlick, Aaron Steven White, Benjamin Van Durme

We present a large-scale collection of diverse natural language inference (NLI) datasets that help provide insight into how well a sentence representation captures distinct types of reasoning.

Natural Language Inference

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