Keisuke Sakaguchi How to pronounce? 
Associate Professor @ Tohoku University NLP lab.
I am an associate professor at Tohoku University. My research interests lie at the intersection of Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, and Psycholinguistics. My long-term research goals are
- to understand human intelligence, especially natural langauge processing, and
- to build embodied AI that is as robust and efficient as humans.
More specifically, my research interests include: robust NLP models for noisy texts (e.g., text normalization, parsing, automated grammatical error correction), commonsense knowledge acquisition and reasoning, NLP for educational purposes (first and second language acquisition), text generation (decoding algorithms), efficient data collection, and reliable evaluation metric design (meta-evaluation).
|2023/01/23||I gave a talk at AIST AI Research Center, Japan.|
|2023/01/21||Two papers were accepted to EACL on (1) Neural Symbolic Reasoning Strategies and (2) Compositionality in Arithmetic Reasoning.|
|2022/11/20||Our paper received AACL SRW 2022 Best Paper Award|
|2022/10/25||I gave a talk at BrainLink 2022, Korean Federation of Science and Technology Societies (KOFST), South Korea.|
|2022/10/06||A paper was accepted to EMNLP on Twist Decoding.|