... to the website of the Dialogue Modeling Group in Amsterdam!
We carry out research at the interface of computational linguistics, cognitive modelling and artificial intelligence.
Our aim is to understand how we use language to communicate with each other in situated environments and how dialogue
interaction shapes learning -- about the world and about language itself. These are some of the topics we work on:
Semantics and pragmatics of dialogue phenomena, visually grounded language and visual reasoning,
conversational agents and learning from interaction, language variation and change in communities of speakers.
September 2020: new work by group members available soon!
Datasets and resources related to the problem of aggregating the judgements of multiple individuals, regarding a linguistic annotation task or similar, into a single collective judgement that reflects the view of the community. Project jointly led with Ulle Endriss.