Chandrakant Bothe

Language interaction for inferring and learning of safety concepts

Contact detail at WTM (Informatik, Uni-Hamburg)

Principle Supervisor:
Prof. Dr. Stefan Wermter
Universit├Ąt Hamburg

Collaboration partners:

  • SoftBank Robotics Europe
  • University of Plymouth
  • University of Hertfordshire

Competence Area: Situation

Email:

       bothe [at] informatik.uni-hamburg.de

Publications

Bothe, C., Garcia F., Maya, A. C., Pandey A. K., and Wermter, S. (2018).
Towards Dialogue-based Navigation with Multivariate Adaptation driven by Intention and Politeness for Social Robots.
The International Conference on Social Robotics (ICSR 2018) arXiv:1809.07269 [cs.RO]


Bothe, C., Magg, S., Weber, C., and Wermter, S. (2018).
Discourse-Wizard: Discovering Deep Discourse Structure in your Conversation with RNNs.
arXiv:1806.11420 [cs.CL]


Bothe, C., Magg, S., Weber, C., and Wermter, S. (2018).
Conversational Analysis using Utterance-level Attention-based Bidirectional Recurrent Neural Networks.
Proceedings of INTERSPEECH 2018. Abstract PDF Slides


Bothe, C., Weber, C., Magg, S., and Wermter, S. (2018).
A Context-based Approach for Dialogue Act Recognition using Simple Recurrent Neural Networks. 
Proceedings of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC 2018). Abstract PDF


Bothe, C., Magg, S., Weber, C., and Wermter, S. (2017).
Dialogue-based Neural Learning to Estimate Sentiment of Next-upcoming Utterance.
Proceedings of 26th International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN 2017).


Lakomkin, E., Bothe, C., and Wermter, S. (2017).
GradAscent at EmoInt-2017: Character- and Word-Level Recurrent Neural Network Models for Tweet Emotion Intensity Detection.
Proceedings of Workshop WASSA at EMNLP 2017.


Demonstrations

Discourse-Wizard Live Web-Demo: Discovering Deep Discourse Structure in your Conversation with RNNs.
Dialogue Act Recognition Demonstration with and without context model, shows the importance of context in a conversation. [initial release: 25 May, 2018] :-> Visit full website of demonstration project.

Secondment Project: Dialogue-based Navigation with Multivariate Adaptation driven by Intention and Politeness for Social Robots.
Video demo of the secondment work accomplished in collaboration with SoftBank Robotics Europe in Paris, France during July-August 2018. [initial release: 29 August 2018]