Our lab has been selected as SW Star Lab.

Published May 01, 2018

The Korean Ministry of Science and ICT and IITP selected our lab as a SW Star Lab of intelligent software on April 20, 2018. The selected lab will receive project funding of up to 300 million won per year for up to eight years and is encouraged to develop a world-class research agenda through open software.

Our lab will work on the development of software for automatically predicting the credibility distribution of given documents and dialogues, consisting of five modules: data collection, automatic collection of evidence, credibility enhancement, credibility distribution prediction, and linguistic analysis.

This year, a total of five laboratories have been selected in four universities: Seoul National University, POSTECH, Chung Ang University, and KAIST. There are two laboratories in the field of intelligent software including our lab.

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Recent Photos

Meeting with Soo Hyun Ryu (Aug. 7, 2020) Meeting with Cholé Paris (Aug. 30, 2019) Farewell party with Cholé Paris  (Aug. 30, 2019)

Recent Publications

The lastest three papers accepted or published

  • Jisu Shin, Hoyun Song, and Jong C. Park: "Detecting Implicitly Abusive Language by Applying Out-of-Distribution Problem" ()
  • Huije Lee, Wonsuk Yang, ChaeHun Park, Hoyun Song, Eugene Jang, and Jong C. Park: "Optimizing Domain Specificity of Transformer-based Language Models for Extractive Summarization of Financial News Articles in Korean" (PACLIC 35)
  • Eui Jun Hwang, Jung-Ho Kim, and Jong C. Park: "Non-Autoregressive Sign Language Production with Gaussian Space" (BMVC 2021)

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