NL4XAI Spring School

19 April 2022

The NL4XAI – Analysing Neural Natural Language Generation Models – ITN Project organises a 3 days Spring School to be held at Loria in Nancy between 19 and 21 April.

The school includes lectures, a hands-on workshop and innovation talks by Orange, Lannion.

The lectures, given by members of the NL4XAI consortium (Supervisors and Early Stage Researchers), will provide background knowledge on NLG, the types of errors manifest in NLG outputs, methods that have been used both to identify and to explain these errors and more generally, challenges for explainable NLG.
The hands-on-workshop will give the NL4XAI ESRs the opportunity first, to analyse, discuss and classify the types of errors manifest in NLG outputs; and second, to reflect as to which explainable method discussed by the morning lectures could be exploited to best explain these errors.
Finally, a series of talks by industrials will highlight various approaches and challenges met when processing text in industrial applications.

Full program of the NL4XAI spring school
Learn more about the Spring school in the press release on the project’s website

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 860621.
It is coordinated by the Universidad Santiago De Compostela, Spain, et gathers 11 members from the UK, Spain, the Netherlands, France, Poland and Malta.