Dr Jeff Dalton
- Lecturer in Information Retrieval (Computing Science)
Dr Dalton completed his PhD in 2014 from the University of Massachusetts Amherst at the Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval (CIIR), a leading international research group in search. After completing his PhD, he joined Google Research studying information extraction with the Knowledge Discovery team (led by Kevin Murphy and Evgeniy Gabrilovich). His experience at Google also includes contributing to the launch of Sympton Search and as a developer in the Google Assistant NLU team.
My research interests focus on the intersection of natural language understanding and information seeking systems. I study methods for effectively creating and leveraging knowledge resources (such as Knowledge Graphs) for complex tasks. Application areas of interest include: health and biomedical, travel and food, science and engineering, and history.
I lead the Glasgow Representation and Information Learning Lab (GRILL).
- Carlos Gemmell
Deep learning for structured prediction using interative dialogue
- Iain Mackie
Deep Learning for Information Extraction andKnowledge-Centric Entity and Text Ranking
- Federico Rosetto
Multi-modal music conversational assistance using reinforcement learning
- Paul Owoicho
Mixed-initiative and feedback for Conversational Information Seeking
- Bosman, Isak
Optimizing Natural Language Processing on Edge Devices
- Dalla Serra, Francesco
Answering Questions about Medical Images
- Mackie, Iain
A Multi-task Model for Information Extraction and Entity-Centric Ranking tasks
- Owoicho, Paul Ogbonoko
Mixed initiative and feedback for Conversational Information Seeking