CodaLab - Competition

CMCL 2021 Shared Task Predicting Human Reading Behavior The ability of accurately modeling eye-tracking features is crucial to advance the understanding of language processing. Eye tracking provides millisecond-accurate records on where humans look when they are reading, shedding lights on where humans pay attention during their reading and comprehension phase. The benefits of utilizing eye movement data have been noticed in various domains, including natural language processing and computer v

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Date: 2021/01/14 20:21

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@norahollenstein 📢 👀 The new shared task on eye-tracking prediction of the CMCL workshop, taking place at #NAACL2021, is now live! Have a look here if you're interested: t.co/MIgZyJgfLI Trial data will be released tomorrow! 📄

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