W5: Fact Extraction and Verification (FEVER)

Christos Christodoulopoulos, James Thorne, Andreas Vlachos, Oana Cocarascu, Arpit Mittal

Live Session: Jul 9 (11:00-20:50 GMT)
The Third workshop on Fact Extraction and VERification continues the discussion on fact verification and presents results from ongoing shared tasks.

Time (PDT) Event Speakers
Jul 9, 4:00-4:15 Opening Remarks (TBD) FEVER Organizers
Jul 9, 4:15-5:00 Project Debater Noam Slonim
Jul 9, 5:00-5:45 Towards explainable fact checking Isabelle Augenstein
Jul 9, 5:45-6:05 Simple Compounded-Label Training for Fact Extraction and Verification Yixin Nie
Jul 9, 6:05-6:25 Stance Prediction and Claim Verification: An Arabic Perspective Jude Khouja
Jul 9, 6:25-7:25 Live Q&A session Various speakers
Jul 9, 9:00-9:45 How to “inoculate” people against misinformation and online extremism Jon Roozenbeek
Jul 9, 9:45-10:30 Beyond Facts: The Role of Framing in Assessing What is True Philip Resnik
Jul 9, 10:30-10:40 A Probabilistic Model with Commonsense Constraints for Pattern-based Temporal Fact Extraction Yang Zhou
Jul 9, 10:40-10:50 Developing a How-to Tip Machine Comprehension Dataset and its Evaluation in Machine Comprehension by BERT Tengyang Chen
Jul 9, 10:50-11:00 Language Models as Fact Checkers? Nayeon Lee
Jul 9, 11:00-11:10 Maintaining Quality in FEVER Annotation Leon Derczynski
Jul 9, 11:10-11:20 Distilling the Evidence to Augment Fact Verification Models Beatrice Portelli
Jul 9, 11:20-12:05 Integration of (Un)structured World Knowledge In Task Oriented Conversations Dilek Hakkani-Tur
Jul 9, 12:05-12:50 Fake Fake News and Real Fake News Yejin Choi
Jul 9, 12:50-13:50 Live Q&A session Various speakers
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