Semantic Parsing with Long Short-Term Memory


Semantic Parsing with Long Short-Term Memory – Recent data indicate that neural networks can be trained to learn discriminative representations of natural images. In this paper, we present a deep neural network model trained in visual perception to automatically learn semantic relationships and learn to predict images that are similar to a visual subject. Specifically, we train a network to learn to predict the relationship between images and the object objects it is related to, which can be useful for training a new image category (and therefore for learning relevant features for the subsequent categories). We also show that the learned semantic representations can capture similarities in object categories with respect to other objects. We evaluate our model on two visual tasks and show that the semantic representations captured by our model are comparable, compared to the visual images.

In this work we develop a convolutional neural network model for speech recognition from raw audio and video data. Our model consists of a recurrent neural network and a decoder which is trained from two unsupervised training sets. The decoder is a novel approach to model a speaker’s speech using data and a model which is designed to learn the convolutional network to generate the speech in the decoder. The model performs the decoding in two steps, first learning the decoder and then the speaker’s speech. Our model can successfully recognize the speaker and the decoder, and can also recognize the speaker’s face. The decoder can perform a prediction based on a human-interpreted facial image. The decoder can also recognize the speaker by the data or the video data, and generate different speaker’s speech.

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Semantic Parsing with Long Short-Term Memory

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