Special Session Title: Human Readable Explanations in NLP
The aim of this Special Session is to attract explainable methods to generate human readable explanations with the purpose to stimulate discussion on the design, use and evaluation of novel Explainable Deep Learning models as the critical knowledge-discovery drivers to recognize, interpret, process and simulate human emotion for various NLP tasks. We invite the researcher working on practical use-cases of Explainable Deep Learning for Natural Language Processing that discuss adding a layer of interpretability and trust to powerful algorithms such as neural networks, ensemble methods including random forests for delivering near real-time intelligence.
Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:
Explainable Deep Learning for Natural Language Processing
Explainable Deep Learning for emotion analysis in Text
Explainable Deep Learning for aspect-based sentiment analysis
Explainable multimodal sentiment analysis
Explainable methods for Sarcasm and irony detection in online reviews
Opinion spam detection and intention mining
Explainable methods for multilingual sentiment analysis
Explainable methods for Fake Information detection
Explaining sentiment predictions
Trust and interpretability in NLP
Emotion categorization models for polarity detection
Paper submission deadline: 28 Novmber 2021
Acceptance notification: 15 December 2021
Submission of camera ready: 30 December 2021
Registration: 30 December 2021
Paper Submission: Authors are invited to submit original research contributions not concurrently submitted elsewhere (Submission system). Normal length papers should be 8-10 pages, formatted in Springer’s single column format (http://www.icbiit.com/downloads/Templates.zip).
Submitted papers will be refereed by at least two reviewers for quality, correctness, originality, and relevance. Notification and reviews will be communicated via email.
Proceedings: All accepted conference papers will be presented at the conference and included in the published proceedings.
SCIE Journal Publication: The papers presented at the conference will be recommended for appropriate SCIE index journal after revision.
Email Submission: email@example.com