Here are the slides of some talks I've recently given:
- Hey, Siri! Ok, Google! Wie Maschinen lernen, Sprache zu verstehen. Public talk as part of the DFG Exkurs talk series (November 2019). Announcement and (German) audio of the talk are available on the DFG website.
- Tutorial on Graph-based meaning representations: Design and Parsing at ACL 2019 and LREC 2020 (with Stephan Oepen and Weiwei Sun).
- Compositional neural semantic parsing. Talk about our semantic parser, given in 2018-2019 at the University of Washington, the University of Edinburgh, Bar-Ilan University, LMU Munich, and other places.
- Regular tree grammars as an underspecification formalism. ICCS Seminar, University of Edinburgh, May 2008 (the last ICCS seminar talk in Buccleuch Place ever!).
- Some thoughts on a computational semantics for the 21st century. Evening lecture, ESSLLI Dublin, August 2007.
- Relating dominance formalisms. Formal Grammars, Dublin, August 2007.
- Talking robots: A do-it-yourself guide for the discerning nerd. This is a talk for a general audience I gave at Nerd Nite NYC in July 2007. The actual talk also included a demo of a talking elevator.
- Sentence generation as a planning problem. ACL, Prague, June 2007.
- Towards a Grand Unified Theory of Scope Underspecification. Given at various US universities in October 2004.
- Computing locally coherent discourses. Given at PARC in October 2004.