The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @texttheater ever

February 23rd, 2019

vcheplygina @texttheater @ojahnn Renaming my variables it an attempt to be consistent, then forgetting one instance somewhere

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texttheater @ojahnn Zwar kein Emu gesehen, aber Wiesen, Wisente und Enten.

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yoavgo @zacharylipton 4/ there are tons of undocumented tricks and know how to get the network to train that are buried in code, or in someone’s experience, or in someone’s “touch”. The same network can work well for someone who knows, and terrible for a newcomer. And there is no place to learn.

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LeonDerczynski Congratulations to all the authors. Don't forget, review scores are uncalibrated and high variance, never even start to think that scores alone mean anything. Don't take just my word for it from my PC chairing experience - see cs.jhu.edu/~jason/advice/… pic.twitter.com/HRMofiQMah

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@ojahnn Zwar kein Emu gesehen, aber Wiesen, Wisente und Enten.

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Herr_Rau @kathrinpassig @ojahnn @texttheater I don't want to sound posh or anything, but I'm the one calling an overriding subclass method from a superclass constructor when the subclass hasn't had time to initialise properly, because I fiddle around too much with generalisation.

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yrlaNor @texttheater i'm the old comment in the source code that someone forgot to update after replacing the following section with something completely different

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kathrinpassig @ojahnn @texttheater I'm the regular expression that will eat all your pizza and your whole kitchen and your house and your planet because you told me to, oh yes you did.

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ojahnn Actual plan for today twitter.com/texttheater/st…

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ojahnn @texttheater oh, but only with JavaScript arrays. Otherwise, they're race condition

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ojahnn @texttheater spouse says they're not storing the return value of an immutable call properly

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ojahnn @texttheater I'm overwriting the whole collection in each iteration instead of appending new elements

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Which type of bug are you? I'm prematurely returning True from a loop that's supposed to check if a condition holds for ALL elements.

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"Le prénom" (2012): Nur der Aufhänger ist originell, der Rest das Übliche: Menschen in bildungsbürgerlicher Scheinidylle sind enttäuscht voneinander. Werde trotzdem irgendwann das deutsche Remake gucken, weil Christoph Maria Herbst <3 und gespannt auf kulturelle Übersetzung.

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Spoiler-free episode summary: "The captain faces a difficult decision. A member of the crew engages in an activity."

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My friend told me they didn't go into a certain Japanese restaurant because there were lions outside. (They said "lines", actually, but I like the version I heard better. Lions guarding doors are Chinese and therefore not a sign of an authentic Japanese restaurant, I guess.)

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Watched "Home Alone" for the first time recently. Impressed by the effort that went into creating the chain of events leading to Kevin's being forgotten at home.

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Was gibt es Schöneres als den Anblick noch frischer Speiseabfälle in einem noch mehr als halb leeren Restmüllsack

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nlpmattg 2/ This is a paper that tries to take a step back in NLP and ask, "are we really accomplishing our long term goals?" It does some really good analysis and has good discussion. The domain of experiments here isn't super comprehensive, but it's still quite interesting.

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Feindschaftspreis – Vom Fachmann für Kenner titanic-magazin.de/fachmann/2019/…

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Karriereplan, leider zu spät – Vom Fachmann für Kenner titanic-magazin.de/fachmann/2019/…

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Junggesellenabschied – Vom Fachmann für Kenner titanic-magazin.de/fachmann/2019/…

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CopeNLU In "A Probabilistic Generative Model of Linguistic Typology", we utilise structural similarities between languages to discover typological features and populate typological knowledge bases
@johannesbjerva @YovaKem @ryandcotterell @IAugenstein
copenlu.github.io/publication/20… pic.twitter.com/Lg2HvUmYGj

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Failure visibility policy: an earlier version of the paper was rejected from CoNLL 2018.

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Cross-lingual CCG Induction: something I've been thinking about for a long time, now I get to present it at ! pic.twitter.com/rT06uyXfJr

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yuvalpi @abuxolugo ... fell.

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abuxolugo @yuvalpi lost another friend after describing how i lost my other friends in a garden path sentence

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SorchaGilroy Our paper just got accepted to , description by @there_are_two_ below! twitter.com/there_are_two_…

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hila_gonen Our paper "Lipstick on a Pig: Debiasing Methods Cover up Systematic Gender Biases in Word Embeddings But do not Remove Them" (with @yoavgo) is accepted at :)

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asayeed @zehavoc @nsaphra @anas_ant @wellformedness yep. has happened in previous years too but not as frequently. I am wondering if it's now time just to focus on "good" workshops just to get things "out there" rather than hope one wins the lottery.

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kareem_carr As a person of color, whenever I've given a talk, and am professionally dressed, and standing in the front of the room, and setting up my laptop, and having to explain for the 3rd time why I'm there, I like to think it's because they can't imagine someone this hot is also smart.

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tallinzen Based on a random sample of tweets from the last couple of hours I estimate that the NAACL acceptance rate this year is between 92% and 95%.

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zeitonline Kilo, Mega, Giga, Tera, Peta, Exa, Zetta, Yotta – und dann? Bis 10^24 kommt die Mathematik. Dann aber gehen ihr die Präfixe aus. Das soll sich nun ändern. zeit.de/2019/09/masse-…

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nsaphra @wellformedness And honestly my reviewers raised some good points. But the 5 had one more good point than the 4s. pic.twitter.com/LtlMeIP8df

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wellformedness paper #1: one reviewer thought the paper was overall good but was disappointed we only looked at 69 languages

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