LDC at LREC 2022

LDC will attend the 13th Language Resource Evaluation Conference (LREC2022), hosted by ELRA, the European Language Resource Association. The conference will be held in Marseille, France from June 20-25, 2022. Several LDC staff members will be presenting current work:

Monday, June 20
Tutorial: Using LDC’s Recording and Transcription Software 14:00-18:00
Learning the LDC Web Based Transcription Tool 
Jonathan Wright, Jeremy Zehr

Tuesday, June 21
Session O5: Language Resource Policies & Management 15:15-15:35
Reflections on 30 Years of Language Resource Development and Sharing
Christopher Cieri, Mark Liberman, Sunghye Cho, Stephanie Strassel, James Fiumara, Jonathan Wright

Session O12: Corpus Creation, Use and Evaluation 17:35-17:55
CAMIO: A Corpus for OCR in Multiple Languages 
Michael Arrigo (LDC), Stephanie Strassel (LDC), Nolan King, Thao Tran, Lisa Mason 

Wednesday, June 22
Session P14: Corpora and Annotation 9:30-10:05
A Study in Contradiction: Data and Annotation for AIDA Focusing on Informational Conflict in Russia-Ukraine Relations 
Jennifer Tracey, Ann Bies, Jeremy Getman, Kira Griffitt, Stephanie Strassel 

Session P19: Discourse and Pragmatics 11:10-12:30 
BeSt: The Belief and Sentiment Corpus 
Jennifer Tracey (LDC), Owen Rambow, Claire Cardie, Adam Dalton, Hoa Trang Dang, Mona Diab, Bonnie Dorr, Louise Guthrie, Magdalena Markowska, Smaranda Muresan, Vinodkumar Prabhakaran, Samira Shaikh, Tomek Strzalkowski

Session P27: Corpora and Annotation 16:55-18:35 
WeCanTalk: A New Multi-language, Multi-modal Resource for Speaker Recognition 
Karen Jones, Kevin Walker, Christopher Caruso, Jonathan Wright, Stephanie Strassel

Friday, June 24
Workshop: The Sixteenth Linguistic Annotation Workshop 9:00-18:00
GRAIL—Generalized Representation and Aggregation of Information Layers
Sameer Pradhan, Mark Liberman

Workshop: Legal and Ethical Issues in Human Language Technologies 9:00-18:00
Data Protection, Privacy and US Regulation
Denise DiPersio

Saturday, June 25
Workshop: The 2nd Workshop on Novel Incentives in Data from People: models, implementations, challenges and results (NIDCP2022) 9:00-13:00 
The NIEUW Project: Developing Language Resources through Novel Incentives
James Fiumara, Christopher Cieri, Mark Liberman, Chris Callison-Burch (UPenn), Jonathan Wright, Robert Parker

Using Mixed Incentives to Document Xi’an Guanzhong
Juhong Zhan, Yue Jiang, Christopher Cieri (LDC), Mark Liberman (LDC), Jiahong Yuan, Yiya Chen, Odette Scharenborg

Stay tuned for specific announcements on LDC’s social media page. Following the conference, LDC’s presented papers and posters will be available on the Papers Page.