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2013 - IBM Research Outstanding Technical Accomplishment Award

2008, 2010, 2013 - IBM Research A-Level Accomplishment Award

Recent News


Hosted Univ. of Washington professor Luke Zettlemoyer's visit to IBM Research - Almaden


Yunyao is co-chairing the very first NAACL-HLT Industry Track


Demo paper on Creating and Interacting with Large-Scale Domain-Specific Knowledge Bases is presented at VLDB 2017 [video] [poster]


Research paper on Distant Meta-Path Similarities for Text-Based Heterogeneous Information Networks is accepted at CIKM 2017


Research paper on Crowd-in-the-loop: A Hybrid Approach for Annotating Semantic Roles is accepted at EMNLP 2017


Hosted Stanford professor Dan Jurafsky's visit to IBM Research - Almaden


Research paper on Hardware Compilation Framework for Text Analytics Queries is accepted to Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing (JPDC)


SEER, a system on learning extractors from examples, presented at CHI and SIGMOD 2017 [video] [paper]


Workshop paper on understanding relationships in the financial domain presented at DSMM 2017 [paper]


Talk on Crosslingual Text Analytics at the Natural Language and Dialog Systems Lab, UC Santa Cruz


Demo paper on creating and interacting with large-scale knowledge bases is accepted in VLDB 2017


Research paper on Active Learning for Black-box Semantic Role Labeling is accepted at IJCAI 2017


Lecture on SystemT at NYU Abu Dhabi in February 2017


Talk on Declarative Information Extraction and Multilingual SRL at the Stanford Logic Seminar.