The project EDAMOK (Enabling Distributed and Autonomous Management of Knowledge) aims at promoting a distributed approach to knowledge management, namely an approach based on the two following principles: (i) Principle of Autonomy: each organizational unit should be allowed a large degree of autonomy in managing (creating, representing, organizing, selecting, sharing) its own knowledge (“local” knowledge); (ii) Principle of Coordination: knowledge sharing across organizational units should be thought of as a form of coordination between multiple autonomous perspectives rather than as a process of creating (and imposing) a supposedly shared knowledge structure. The goal of EDAMOK is to develop (i) a theoretical framework, a (ii) methodology, and (iii) a collection of technological tools to support this distributed and autonomous approach to knowledge management.
Our pick of the week by @lina97337786: "Towards a Deep Understanding of Multilingual End-to-End Speech Translation" by @hrsun42, @YikunLei et al., Findings EMNLP 2023.
#NLP #NLProc #EMNLP2023 #speech #translation #multilingual
🎉 AI-GAP workshop wrapped up yesterday!
Huge thanks to the participants, speakers, and organizers -- we were very happy, as you can see :)
@donatellado @BeatriceSavoldi @costanzalfieri @ECappu Clara Punzi & Laura State
🎊 I'm very happy to share that the paper "Direct Speech Translation for Automatic Subtitling" accepted by the #TACL journal is now published and available at:
#NLP #NLProc #subtitling #speech #translation
📢 @BeatriceSavoldi from @fbk_mt (@FBK_research) is co-organizing the AI GAP Workshop, held in collaboration with @Unipisa, @univaq, and @scuolanormale!
👉 Check the website for more information:
#AI #ArtificialIntelligence #AlgorithmicBias