2016 Round-up: Lots of papers, including 2 ‘best paper’ awards

2016 was a successful year for the DSG, where we had acceptances for papers in multiple international venues- see our 2016 publications.

We also had 2 ‘best paper’ awards, one at INLG, and one at the EISE workshop at ICMI:

Sina Zarrieß and David Schlangen. Towards Generating Colour Terms for Referents in Photographs: Prefer the Expected or the Unexpected?
In: Proceedings of the 9th International Natural Language Generation conference. Edinburgh, UK: Association for Computational Linguistics: 246–255.

Birte Carlmeyer, David Schlangen, Britta Wrede. Exploring self-interruptions as a strategy for regaining the attention of distracted users
In: Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Embodied Interaction with Smart Environments – EISE ’16. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). 

Check out the papers and let us know your thoughts in comments!