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July 10, 2020

VentureBeat

AI researchers create testing tool to find bugs in NLP from Amazon, Google, and Microsoft

AI researchers have created a language-model testing tool that has discovered major bugs in commercially available cloud AI offerings from Amazon, Google, and Microsoft. Yesterday, a paper detailing the CheckList tool received the Best Paper award from organizers of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) conference. The ACL conference, which took place online this week, is one of the largest annual gatherings for researchers creating language models.

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AI researchers create testing tool to find bugs in NLP from Amazon, Google, and Microsoft

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