How can large language models be leveraged for pragmatic theory-building? CogSci workshop: Large language models meet cognitive science – LLMs as tools, models, and participants, Sydney, Jul 25.
Here are the slides from some recent talks I’ve given. See my CV for a full list of talks, slides shareable upon request.
- Accounting for redundant referring expressions: continuous semantics and/versus incrementality. NYU Linguistics Colloquium, NYU, Oct 22, 2021.
- Towards a unifying computational account of reference production and comprehension. Language and Linguistics Brownbag, Brown University, Feb 24, 2021.
- Harnessing the richness of the linguistic signal to predict pragmatic inferences. Cornell Linguistics Circle, Cornell University, Oct 31, 2019.
- The Rational Speech Act framework: an integrative theory of the interaction between literal meaning, world knowledge, and context. Keynote at XPRAG 2019, Edinburgh, Jun 19-21, 2019.