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Googlers Won Best Paper Award for ‘Syntactic Parsing’ at Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP’10)

The Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP ’10) was recently held at the MIT Stata Center in Massachusetts. “Natural Language Processing is at the core of many of the things that we do here at Google. Googlers have therefore been traditionally part of this research community, participating as program committee members, paper authors and attendees.

This year at EMNLP, Google’s Amit Singhal gave an invited keynote talk on “Challenges in running a commercial search engine” where he highlighted some of the exciting opportunities, as well as challenges, that Google is currently facing. Furthermore, Terry Koo, David Sontag and their collaborators from MIT received the Fred Jelinek Best Paper Award for their innovative work on syntactic parsing with the title “Dual Decomposition for Parsing with Non-Projective Head Automata”,” stated Google.

Here’s a complete list of the papers presented by Googlers at the conference.

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