Conference History

2023 7th International Conference on Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval

Seoul, South Korea | December 15-17, 2023

2023 7th International Conference on Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval(NLPIR 2023) has been held in Seoul, South Korea on December 15-17, 2023.

5 conference sessions were filled with the presentation of our participants: the topics have covered many areas from Language Model and Machine Translation; Machine Learning based Recommendation System and Algorithm Optimization; Semantic Analysis and Syntactic Analysis; Content based Speech Recognition and Sentiment Analysis; Text Analysis and Clustering; Information Extraction and Visualization based on NLP; Named Entity Recognition. The topics are related to timely issues of theory and application of the latest research results.

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Best Presenter Awards

Onsite Session 1:

Presenter: Logan Golia, Rice University, USA

Paper title: Action-Item-Driven Summarization of Long Meeting Transcripts

Onsite Session 2:

Presenter: Yang Zhang, Kanagawa University, Japan

Paper Title: A New Improved Multiple Behaviors Whale Optimization Algorithm

Onsite Session 3:

Presenter: Sudi Murindanyi, Makerere University, Uganda

Paper Title: Explainable Machine Learning Models for Swahili News Classification

Onsite Session 4:

Presenter: Callum Kodai Tulloch, Okayama University, Japan

Paper Title: Semantic Role Labeling for Japanese Using Span-Based Models

Online Session 1:

Presenter: Aarthi Ranganathan, Toyota Connected India, India

Paper Title: A Study of Dialog Summarization across Datasets and Domains

Online Session 2:

Presenter: Cameron Miskell, Florida Tech, United States

Paper Title: Automated Framework to Extract Software Requirements from Source Code

Online Session 3:

Presenter: Jakob Smedegaard Andersen, HAW Hamburg, Germany

Paper Title: Explanation of Prediction Uncertainty in Text Classification: The DUX-Approach

Online Session 4:

Presenter: Adnan Saif Dipto, East West University, Bangladesh

Paper Title: On Cognitive Level Classification of Assessment-items Using Pre-trained BERT-based Model