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Oxford and Cambridge

posted Oct 26, 2014, 1:13 PM by KyungHyun Cho
After visiting Google DeepMind, I continued on to visit the University of Oxford. I gave a talk at the <Computational Linguistics Seminars> series about neural machine translation and met many awesome people there. I had interesting discussions with Prof. Nando de Freitas, Prof. Phil Blunsom and their student (Misha Denil, Ziyu Yang and many others). 

The next stop was the University of Cambridge thank to Felix Hill and his supervisor, Anna Korhonen. I again presented our neural translation model and my (Felix's) view/take on syntax to both machine learning researchers and NLP researchers. There were some mixed response, and the discussions during and after the talk were both interesting and inspiring.

And, of course, I enjoyed a few 100+-year-old bars at Oxford and Cambridge. How strange it felt to drink beer at those places..