Jon Gauthier
Jon Gauthier
Ph.D. Student, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Conditional generative adversarial nets for convolutional face generation
J Gauthier
Class Project for Stanford CS231N: Convolutional Neural Networks for Visual …, 2014
3492014
A fast unified model for parsing and sentence understanding
SR Bowman, J Gauthier, A Rastogi, R Gupta, CD Manning, C Potts
ACL 2016, 2016
3142016
A systematic assessment of syntactic generalization in neural language models
J Hu, J Gauthier, P Qian, E Wilcox, RP Levy
arXiv preprint arXiv:2005.03692, 2020
602020
Are distributional representations ready for the real world? Evaluating word vectors for grounded perceptual meaning
L Lucy, J Gauthier
ACL 2017 Workshop on Language Grounding for Robotics, 2017
402017
A paradigm for situated and goal-driven language learning
J Gauthier, I Mordatch
NIPS 2016 Machine Intelligence Workshop, 2016
312016
On the Predictive Power of Neural Language Models for Human Real-Time Comprehension Behavior
E Gotlieb Wilcox, J Gauthier, J Hu, P Qian, R Levy
arXiv e-prints, arXiv: 2006.01912, 2020
29*2020
Linking artificial and human neural representations of language
J Gauthier, R Levy
Empirical Methods for Natural Language Processing, 2019
262019
Does the brain represent words? An evaluation of brain decoding studies of language understanding
J Gauthier, A Ivanova
arXiv preprint arXiv:1806.00591, 2018
192018
SyntaxGym: An online platform for targeted evaluation of language models
J Gauthier, J Hu, E Wilcox, P Qian, R Levy
Proceedings of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2020
182020
Conditional generative adversarial networks for convolutional face generation
J Gauthier
Tech Report, 2015
152015
Word learning and the acquisition of syntactic--semantic overhypotheses
J Gauthier, R Levy, JB Tenenbaum
arXiv preprint arXiv:1805.04988, 2018
82018
Does the brain represent words
J Gauthier, A Ivanova
An evaluation of brain decoding studies of language understanding. arXiv …, 1806
21806
Query-guided visual search
J Chu, J Gauthier, R Levy, J Tenenbaum, L Schulz
CogSci, 2019
12019
A rational model of syntactic bootstrapping
J Gauthier, RP Levy, JB Tenenbaum
Choices 1 (2), 3, 2019
12019
Jointly learning motion verbs and frame semantics from natural language and grounded scenes.
J Gauthier, J Mao, T Shu, R Levy, J Tenenbaum
CogSci, 2020
2020
From mental representations to neural codes: A multilevel approach
J Gauthier, J Loula, E Pollock, TB Wilson, C Wong
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 42, 2019
2019
How questions guide the search for their solutions
J Chu, J Gauthier, R Levy, J Tenenbaum, L Schulz
EXPLOITING LONG-DISTANCE CONTEXT IN TRANSITION-BASED DEPENDENCY PARSING WITH RECURRENT NEURAL NETWORKS
J Gauthier, D Chen, CD Manning
Language identification and accent variation detection in spoken language recordings
S Buch, J Gauthier, A Tsang
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