Search Results for author: Rob Voigt

Found 11 papers, 3 papers with code

Language of Bargaining

no code implementations12 Jun 2023 Mourad Heddaya, Solomon Dworkin, Chenhao Tan, Rob Voigt, Alexander Zentefis

Leveraging an established exercise in negotiation education, we build a novel dataset for studying how the use of language shapes bilateral bargaining.

Large Language Models Are Partially Primed in Pronoun Interpretation

1 code implementation26 May 2023 Suet-Ying Lam, Qingcheng Zeng, Kexun Zhang, Chenyu You, Rob Voigt

Recent psycholinguistic studies suggest that humans adapt their referential biases with recent exposure to referential patterns; closely replicating three relevant psycholinguistic experiments from Johnson & Arnold (2022) in an in-context learning (ICL) framework, we found that InstructGPT adapts its pronominal interpretations in response to the frequency of referential patterns in the local discourse, though in a limited fashion: adaptation was only observed relative to syntactic but not semantic biases.

In-Context Learning

GreenPLM: Cross-Lingual Transfer of Monolingual Pre-Trained Language Models at Almost No Cost

1 code implementation13 Nov 2022 Qingcheng Zeng, Lucas Garay, Peilin Zhou, Dading Chong, Yining Hua, Jiageng Wu, Yikang Pan, Han Zhou, Rob Voigt, Jie Yang

Large pre-trained models have revolutionized natural language processing (NLP) research and applications, but high training costs and limited data resources have prevented their benefits from being shared equally amongst speakers of all the world's languages.

Cross-Lingual Transfer

Analyzing Polarization in Social Media: Method and Application to Tweets on 21 Mass Shootings

1 code implementation NAACL 2019 Dorottya Demszky, Nikhil Garg, Rob Voigt, James Zou, Matthew Gentzkow, Jesse Shapiro, Dan Jurafsky

We provide an NLP framework to uncover four linguistic dimensions of political polarization in social media: topic choice, framing, affect and illocutionary force.


Socially Responsible NLP

no code implementations NAACL 2018 Yulia Tsvetkov, Vinodkumar Prabhakaran, Rob Voigt

As language technologies have become increasingly prevalent, there is a growing awareness that decisions we make about our data, methods, and tools are often tied up with their impact on people and societies.

Decision Making Ethics

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