Users from Web platforms and online services generate tremendous amounts of user-generated data in the form of search requests, reviews, questions, and answers. We believe there is a great opportunity to exploit advanced AI/NLP techniques on user-generated text data which are rich in user insights and experiences.
The WIT workshop provides a venue for researchers from the academia and industry to address challenges around harnessing text-heavy user-generated data that is available to different types of organizations, especially on topics pertaining to the pipeline of extracting data from unstructured text to a structured form to obtain insights. We will have a great line-up of Invited Speakers and Panelists.
WIT will be held as a virtual single-day event at SIGKDD 2021.
We encourage submissions that describe a well-defined piece of research or is thought-provoking. Topics will include but are not limited to information extraction, data cleaning, entity matching, schema matching, semantic search, summarization, language generation, (common-sense) knowledge-bases and information seeking Q&A/Dialogue.
Submitted papers can be regular papers or extended abstracts. If there is sufficient interest from the authors of accepted papers, we may publish the post-proceedings at CEUR. The maximum length of a regular paper is 8 pages plus unlimited number of pages for references. The maximum length of an extended abstract is 4 pages plus unlimited number of pages for references. At least one author of every accepted paper is expected to attend the workshop. Regular papers will be given an oral presentation slot. Extended abstracts will be presented in the form of poster/demo/short talks, depending on the workshop schedule.
Papers should be formatted following KDD2021 template (as describe in guidelines here: https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template) and submitted using the submission system available in this link: https://easychair.org/conferen
Everton Alvares Cherman – Birdie
Maisa Cristina Duarte – Bradesco Bank
Sanaz Bahargam – Twitter
Ricardo Marcacini – ICMC/USP
Nelson Ebecken – COPPE/UFRJ Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Aljaz Kosmerlj – Jozef Stefan Institute
Nikita Bhutani – Megagon Labs
Sajjadur Rahman – Megagon Labs
Grace Hui Yang – Georgetown University
Jun Ma – Amazon
Vinicius Carida – Itaú Unibanco
Joao Gama – Porto University
If you have any questions or inquiries regarding the workshop or need further information, please do not hesitate to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.