We are a research group at the University of Amsterdam.
Dennis presenting at BlackboxNLP2019
Kris explaining his work to many interested at BlackboxNLP2019
Gautier defending his master thesis work
Bence defending his master thesis work
Aron defending his master thesis work
Dieuwke Hupkes presenting on emerging languages at IECL in Edinburgh
In our group, we consider different research topics, including but not limited to Compositionality, interpretability of neural networks, neural language models and language emergence in referential games. We collaborate with several people from both other universities and industry. Are you a master student and looking for a research project? Have a look at our publications page, check Elia Bruni’s or Dieuwke Hupkes’ personal websites, or get in touch via email!
Also, have a look at our interpretability library for neural networks: https://github.com/i-machine-think/diagnnose!
Yesterday we had our first virtual defence: Oscar successfully defended his master thesis online! Congratulations Oscar with getting your masters degree in this highly unusual times.May 15, 2020
Yann's extrapolator paper got accepted for ACL! Congrats Yann, excellent job! Check the preprint!May 13, 2020
The imt master students are on a roll! We just learned that Oskar van der Wal got offered and accepted a PhD position in Amsterdam! Oskar, congratulations, we are happy to have kept you in Amsterdam :).May 5, 2020
Verna Dankers accepted a PhD position in Edinburgh! Congratulations Verna with this great news. We hope you will have an excellent time in Edinburgh and also that you will still have some little time to work on projects with us!April 6, 2020
Jaap Jumelet got offered a PhD position at the ILLC in Amsterdam! Many congratulations Jaap, we are very happy that you will stay around for four more years, and hope that many collaborations will follow!March 30, 2020
Two new bachelor students will come do their project with i-machine-think! Hugh Mee and Jeroen, welcome!