Trends in HLT Research: A Survey of LDC's Data Scholarship Program

author: Christopher Cieri, LDC - Linguistic Data Consortium
published: July 28, 2016,   recorded: May 2016,   views: 969
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Since its inception in 2010, the Linguistic Data Consortium’s data scholarship program has awarded no cost grants in data to 64 recipients from 26 countries. A survey of the twelve cycles to date ― two awards each in the Fall and Spring semesters from Fall 2010 through Spring 2016 ― yields an interesting view into graduate program research trends in human language technology and related fields and the particular data sets deemed important to support that research. The survey also reveals regions in which such activity appears to be on a rise, including in Arabic-speaking regions and portions of the Americas and Asia.

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