Feb. 12, 2024, 5:46 a.m. | Kai North Marcos Zampieri Tharindu Ranasinghe

cs.CL updates on arXiv.org arxiv.org

Lexical simplification (LS) is the task of automatically replacing complex words for easier ones making texts more accessible to various target populations (e.g. individuals with low literacy, individuals with learning disabilities, second language learners). To train and test models, LS systems usually require corpora that feature complex words in context along with their candidate substitutions. To continue improving the performance of LS systems we introduce ALEXSIS-PT, a novel multi-candidate dataset for Brazilian Portuguese LS containing 9,605 candidate substitutions for 387 …

context cs.ai cs.cl disabilities feature language literacy low making systems test train words

Research Scholar (Technical Research)

@ Centre for the Governance of AI | Hybrid; Oxford, UK

HPC Engineer (x/f/m) - DACH

@ Meshcapade GmbH | Remote, Germany

Data Engineering Director-Big Data technologies (Hadoop, Spark, Hive, Kafka)

@ Visa | Bengaluru, India

Senior Data Engineer

@ Manulife | Makati City, Manulife Philippines Head Office

GDS Consulting Senior Data Scientist 2

@ EY | Taguig, PH, 1634

IT Data Analyst Team Lead

@ Rosecrance | Rockford, Illinois, United States