I am an NLP researcher and works at a company in Japan. Formerly, I was a master’s student at the University of Sheffield, where I obtained an MSc. in Computer Science with Speech and Language Processing (with Distinction).
My curriculum vitae (CV) is available here.
Natural Language Understanding, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning
An end-to-end learning approach for supporting human-human negotiations
The aim of this research is to help negotiators form a better consensus.
- Atsuki Yamaguchi, Kosui Iwasa and Katsuhide Fujita, “Dialogue Act-based Breakdown Detection in Negotiation Dialogues,” The 16th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL 2021), Online, April 2021. (Long; To appear)
- Atsuki Yamaguchi and Katsuhide Fujita, “Breakdown Detection in Negotiation Dialogues,” Thirty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-20), New York, USA, Feburary 2020. (Student Abstract)
- Atsuki Yamaguchi and Katsuhide Fujita, “Breakdown Detection in Negotiation Dialogues,” EurNLP 2019, London, United Kingdom, October 2019. (Acceptance rate: 30.5%; Non-archival)
- Atsuki Yamaguchi, Kosui Iwasa and Katsuhide Fujita, “Predicting Issue Weights and Detecting Breakdowns in Negotiation Dialogue,” IEICE SIG-AI, Hokkaido, Japan, July 2019. (Regional conference)
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