Kentaro Inui
Kentaro Inui (Ph.D.)
Title
Team Leader

Members

  • Team leader
    Kentaro Inui
  • Research scientist
    Benjamin Heinzerling
  • Technical staff I
    Yoriko Isobe
  • Technical staff I
    Mayumi Sugawara
  • Technical staff I
    Ana Brassard
  • Technical staff I
    Shota Sasaki
  • Technical staff I
    Koji Matsuda
  • Visiting scientist
    Keisuke Sakaguchi
  • Visiting scientist
    Jun Suzuki
  • Visiting scientist
    Tomoya Mizumoto
  • Visiting scientist
    Manabu Okumura
  • Visiting scientist
    Ryo Nagata
  • Visiting scientist
    Tadashi Shibayama
  • Visiting scientist
    Masato Mita
  • Visiting scientist
    Naoya Inoue
  • Visiting scientist
    Yuichiro Matsubayashi
  • Visiting scientist
    Hitomi Yanaka
  • Visiting scientist
    P Saitostenetorp
  • Visiting scientist
    Reina Akama
  • Visiting scientist
    Akira Murakami
  • Visiting scientist
    Chihiro Nakagawa
  • Visiting scientist
    Diana Galvansosa
  • Visiting scientist
    Yutaka Ishii
  • Part-time worker I
    Kaori Abe
  • Part-time worker I
    Hiroaki Funayama
  • Part-time worker I
    Pride Kavumba
  • Part-time worker I
    Yuya Asazuma
  • Part-time worker I
    Goro Kobayashi
  • Part-time worker I
    Jungmin Choi
  • Part-time worker II
    Wenzhi Wang
  • Part-time worker II
    Masaki Sakata
  • Part-time worker II
    Steven Coyne

Introduction

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In recent years, research on natural language processing has developed greatly in parallel with the distribution of huge language data and advances in machine learning and deep learning. However, a number of breakthroughs are still necessary for developing artificial intelligence that "understands" a language. At the Natural Language Understanding Team, we will conduct research on fundamental technologies for understanding languages by computers through by creating new tasks for automatic assessment of human language activities, such as reviewing argumentation and descriptive responses in pedagogical contexts. We aim to extend upon the frontier of language processing in both basic research and applied research while collaborating with the Language Information Access Technology Team and other teams in the Generic Technology Research Group.

Main Research Field
Computer Science
Research Subjects
Natural Language Processing
Laboratory Website URL
RIKEN Website URL

Introduction Video

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