Juliette Faille joined us to start a PhD within the H2020 NL4XAI Innovative Training Network. Welcome!

Funded by the H2020 program of the European Union, the NL4XAI ITN will train 11 creative, entrepreneurial and innovative early-stage researchers (ESRs), who will face the challenge of making AI self-explanatory and thus contributing to translate knowledge into products and services for economic and social benefit, with the support of …

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XNLG AI Chair to start on 01/09/2020

Our proposal for an AI Research and Teaching Chair on Multi-lingual, Multi-source Natural Language Generation (XNLG) has been accepted. Co-funded by the French ANR, Facebook AI Research (Paris) and the Région Grand Est, XNLG will recruit three PhD students and a postdoc to work with Claire Gardent (PI) and the …

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QUANTUM ANR project accepted

Our proposal for an ANR PRCE Project on Question Generation for Reading Comprehension has been accepted. The project consortium brings together two academic partners (IRIT, Toulouse and LORIA, Nancy) and an industrial (Synapse, Toulouse). It aims to develop advanced models of question generation that can improve industrial applications by supporting …

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NL4XAI H2020 Innovation Training Network (ITN) project accepted

Our proposal for a European Innovative Training Network (H2020 ITN) on Interactive Natural Language Technology for Explainable AI has been accepted. Funded by the H2020 program of the European Union, the NL4XAI ITN will train 11 creative, entrepreneurial and innovative early-stage researchers (ESRs), who will face the challenge of making …

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OLKi project accepted

The new LUE IMPACT project OLKi has been accepted and is funded by Lorraine Université d'Excellence (LUE) ! This is a great opportunity for us to develop transparent and ethical AI researches in collaboration with our academic partners.

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PAPUD project accepted

The new ITEA3 project PAPUD has been accepted and is funded by FUI, thanks to the efforts of Samuel Cruz-Lara: thank you @Samuel ! We are thrilled to be part of it and to start working on this challenging topic. If you have or plan to obtain a Ph.D. in …

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