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ContextQ: Generated Questions to Support Meaningful Parent-Child Dialogue While Co-Reading



Much of early literacy education happens at home with caretakers reading books to young children. Prior research demonstrates how having dialogue with children during co-reading can develop critical reading readiness skills, but most adult readers are unsure if and how to lead effective conversations. We present ContextQ, a tablet-based reading application to unobtrusively present auto-generated dialogic questions to caretakers to support this dialogic reading practice. An ablation study demonstrates how our method of encoding educator expertise into the question generation pipeline can…



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On Efficient and Statistical Quality Estimation for Data Annotation

Annotated data is an essential ingredient to train, evaluate, compare and productionalize machine learning models. It is therefore imperative that annotations are of high quality. For their creation, good quality management and thereby reliable quality estimates are needed....

Swallowing the Bitter Pill: Simplified Scalable Conformer Generation

We present a novel way to predict molecular conformers through a simple formulation that sidesteps many of the heuristics of prior works and achieves state of the art results by using the advantages of scale. By training a...

KPConvX: Modernizing Kernel Point Convolution with Kernel Attention

In the field of deep point cloud understanding, KPConv is a unique architecture that uses kernel points to locate convolutional weights in space, instead of relying on Multi-Layer Perceptron (MLP) encodings. While it initially achieved success, it has...