CS SEMINAR #3: An Introduction to Dialogue System
Dialogue system can be task or non-task-oriented. Task-oriented dialogue systems aim to accomplish specific tasks through interacting with human beings using natural languages (e.g., art-ticket booking systems) while non-task-oriented dialogue system focuses on generating complex, fluency, and engaging responses (Microsoft Xiaoice). Both types of dialogue systems have their own challenges and solutions. This talk will give an introduction to both types of dialogue systems and discussing the feasibility of unifying such two types of the system within one solution framework.
cs seminar 3 speaker
Lei Wenqiang is a fifth-year PhD candidate from School of Computing, National University of Singapore. His research interests focus on natural language processing and computational linguistics, covering topics in task and non-task -oriented dialogue systems, discourse analysis, conversational recommendation system and sequence-to-sequence model evaluation. He has published first-authored long papers on various top venues for natural language processing, inclusive of ACL, IJCAI and AAAI. And he has served as the reviewer for top venues like ACL and SIGIR.
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