Search Results for author: Zekang Li

Found 13 papers, 7 papers with code

Relational Surrogate Loss Learning

1 code implementation ICLR 2022 Tao Huang, Zekang Li, Hua Lu, Yong Shan, Shusheng Yang, Yang Feng, Fei Wang, Shan You, Chang Xu

Evaluation metrics in machine learning are often hardly taken as loss functions, as they could be non-differentiable and non-decomposable, e. g., average precision and F1 score.

Image Classification Machine Reading Comprehension +2

Mental Health Assessment for the Chatbots

no code implementations14 Jan 2022 Yong Shan, Jinchao Zhang, Zekang Li, Yang Feng, Jie zhou

Previous researches on dialogue system assessment usually focus on the quality evaluation (e. g. fluency, relevance, etc) of responses generated by the chatbots, which are local and technical metrics.


Semi-Autoregressive Image Captioning

1 code implementation11 Oct 2021 Xu Yan, Zhengcong Fei, Zekang Li, Shuhui Wang, Qingming Huang, Qi Tian

Non-autoregressive image captioning with continuous iterative refinement, which eliminates the sequential dependence in a sentence generation, can achieve comparable performance to the autoregressive counterparts with a considerable acceleration.

Image Captioning

Towards Expressive Communication with Internet Memes: A New Multimodal Conversation Dataset and Benchmark

1 code implementation4 Sep 2021 Zhengcong Fei, Zekang Li, Jinchao Zhang, Yang Feng, Jie zhou

Compared to previous dialogue tasks, MOD is much more challenging since it requires the model to understand the multimodal elements as well as the emotions behind them.

Addressing Inquiries about History: An Efficient and Practical Framework for Evaluating Open-domain Chatbot Consistency

1 code implementation Findings (ACL) 2021 Zekang Li, Jinchao Zhang, Zhengcong Fei, Yang Feng, Jie zhou

Employing human judges to interact with chatbots on purpose to check their capacities is costly and low-efficient, and difficult to get rid of subjective bias.

Chatbot Natural Language Inference

Conversations Are Not Flat: Modeling the Dynamic Information Flow across Dialogue Utterances

1 code implementation ACL 2021 Zekang Li, Jinchao Zhang, Zhengcong Fei, Yang Feng, Jie zhou

Nowadays, open-domain dialogue models can generate acceptable responses according to the historical context based on the large-scale pre-trained language models.

Dialogue Evaluation Dialogue Generation

WeChat AI & ICT's Submission for DSTC9 Interactive Dialogue Evaluation Track

no code implementations20 Jan 2021 Zekang Li, Zongjia Li, Jinchao Zhang, Yang Feng, Jie zhou

We participate in the DSTC9 Interactive Dialogue Evaluation Track (Gunasekara et al. 2020) sub-task 1 (Knowledge Grounded Dialogue) and sub-task 2 (Interactive Dialogue).

Dialogue Evaluation Language Modelling

Towards Multimodal Response Generation with Exemplar Augmentation and Curriculum Optimization

no code implementations26 Apr 2020 Zeyang Lei, Zekang Li, Jinchao Zhang, Fandong Meng, Yang Feng, Yujiu Yang, Cheng Niu, Jie zhou

Furthermore, to facilitate the convergence of Gaussian mixture prior and posterior distributions, we devise a curriculum optimization strategy to progressively train the model under multiple training criteria from easy to hard.

Response Generation

Bridging Text and Video: A Universal Multimodal Transformer for Video-Audio Scene-Aware Dialog

1 code implementation1 Feb 2020 Zekang Li, Zongjia Li, Jinchao Zhang, Yang Feng, Cheng Niu, Jie zhou

Audio-Visual Scene-Aware Dialog (AVSD) is a task to generate responses when chatting about a given video, which is organized as a track of the 8th Dialog System Technology Challenge (DSTC8).

Dialogue Generation Multi-Task Learning

Answer-Supervised Question Reformulation for Enhancing Conversational Machine Comprehension

no code implementations WS 2019 Qian Li, Hui Su, Cheng Niu, Daling Wang, Zekang Li, Shi Feng, Yifei Zhang

Moreover, pretraining is essential in reinforcement learning models, so we provide a high-quality annotated dataset for question reformulation by sampling a part of QuAC dataset.

Reading Comprehension reinforcement-learning +1

Incremental Transformer with Deliberation Decoder for Document Grounded Conversations

2 code implementations ACL 2019 Zekang Li, Cheng Niu, Fandong Meng, Yang Feng, Qian Li, Jie zhou

Document Grounded Conversations is a task to generate dialogue responses when chatting about the content of a given document.

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