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This month, we will take a close look at Pytorch, some highlights of the recent or ongoing conference
August 7 · Issue #3 · View online
NLP News
This month, we will take a close look at Pytorch, some highlights of the recent or ongoing conferences, and a collection of impactful papers.  

Reading Wikipedia to Answer Open-Domain Questions
A Structured Self-Attentive Sentence Embedding
How to make a racist AI without really trying
All about Pytorch
Pytorch is a Deep Learning library designed specifically for implementing dynamic neural networks, which are particularly suited for NLP tasks with dynamic-length sequences. Other libraries that natively handle dynamic computation graphs are Chainer and DyNetPytorch 0.2.0 is now out with many long-awaited features such as broadcasting and advanced indexing. Soumith Chintala speaks here with O'Reilly about why many ML researchers are beginning to embrace Pytorch.
Conference countdown
ACL & ICML 2017 Proceedings, CVPR 2017 videos
Awesome posters from ACL and CVPR 2017
Interpretability & ICML 2017 best paper
ICML 2017 Seq2Seq Tutorial slides
Competitions & Challenges
One month until EMNLP 2017
Industry insights
Uber ditches HipChat and Slack to create its own workplace chat app, uChat
Node raises $10.8 million to find you better sales leads
Prodigy: A new tool for radically efficient machine teaching
Paper picks
Adversarial Examples for Evaluating Reading Comprehension Systems
Learned in Translation: Contextualized Word Vectors
Natural Language Processing with Small Feed-Forward Networks
Multi-Task Video Captioning with Video and Entailment Generation
Using millions of emoji occurrences to learn any-domain representations for detecting sentiment, emotion and sarcasm
Dataset spotlight
Challenges of Data-to-Document Generation
Twitter highlight
To arXiv or Not To arXiv
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