Continual adaptation for efficient machine communication

Hawkins Robert D.
Hawkins Robert D.
Kwon Minae
Kwon Minae

CoNLL, pp. 408-419, 2019.

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Abstract:

To communicate with new partners in new contexts, humans rapidly form new linguistic conventions. Recent language models trained with deep neural networks are able to comprehend and produce the existing conventions present in their training data, but are not able to flexibly and interactively adapt those conventions on the fly as humans...More

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