For the upcoming TSD2023, the following outstanding and eminent keynote speakers with respectable expertise in the conference interest fields agreed to give their respective pieces of speech (in alphabetical order):
See the next section below for details about the speeches (topics, abstracts).
Towards Privacy-Preserving Natural Language Processing
Abstract: (not yet available)
Biography: Ivan Habernal leads the independent research group "Trustworthy Human Language Technologies" at the Department of Computer Science, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany. In winter term 2022/23 he also holds an interim professorship in Computational Linguistics at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. His current research areas include privacy-preserving NLP, legal argument mining, and explainable and trustworthy models. His research track covers argument mining and computational argumentation, crowdsourcing, and serious games, among others. More information at www.trusthlt.org.