Xuan-Son Vu


2023

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ADCluster: Adaptive Deep Clustering for Unsupervised Learning from Unlabeled Documents
Arezoo Hatefi | Xuan-Son Vu | Monowar Bhuyan | Frank Drewes
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Natural Language and Speech Processing (ICNLSP 2023)

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ViGPTQA - State-of-the-Art LLMs for Vietnamese Question Answering: System Overview, Core Models Training, and Evaluations
Minh Thuan Nguyen | Khanh Tung Tran | Nhu Van Nguyen | Xuan-Son Vu
Proceedings of the 2023 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing: Industry Track

Large language models (LLMs) and their applications in low-resource languages (such as in Vietnamese) are limited due to lack of training data and benchmarking datasets. This paper introduces a practical real-world implementation of a question answering system for Vietnamese, called ViGPTQA, leveraging the power of LLM. Since there is no effective LLM in Vietnamese to date, we also propose, evaluate, and open-source an instruction-tuned LLM for Vietnamese, named ViGPT. ViGPT demonstrates exceptional performances, especially on real-world scenarios. We curate a new set of benchmark datasets that encompass both AI and human-generated data, providing a comprehensive evaluation framework for Vietnamese LLMs. By achieving state-of-the-art results and approaching other multilingual LLMs, our instruction-tuned LLM underscores the need for dedicated Vietnamese-specific LLMs. Our open-source model supports customized and privacy-fulfilled Vietnamese language processing systems.

2020

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Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Vietnamese Language and Speech Processing
Huyen T M. Nguyen | Xuan-Son Vu | Chi Mai Luong
Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Vietnamese Language and Speech Processing

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ReINTEL: A Multimodal Data Challenge for Responsible Information Identification on Social Network Sites
Duc-Trong Le | Xuan-Son Vu | Nhu-Dung To | Huu-Quang Nguyen | Thuy-Trinh Nguyen | Thi Khanh-Linh Le | Anh-Tuan Nguyen | Minh-Duc Hoang | Nghia Le | Huyen Nguyen | Hoang D. Nguyen
Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Vietnamese Language and Speech Processing

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Multimodal Review Generation with Privacy and Fairness Awareness
Xuan-Son Vu | Thanh-Son Nguyen | Duc-Trong Le | Lili Jiang
Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Computational Linguistics

Users express their opinions towards entities (e.g., restaurants) via online reviews which can be in diverse forms such as text, ratings, and images. Modeling reviews are advantageous for user behavior understanding which, in turn, supports various user-oriented tasks such as recommendation, sentiment analysis, and review generation. In this paper, we propose MG-PriFair, a multimodal neural-based framework, which generates personalized reviews with privacy and fairness awareness. Motivated by the fact that reviews might contain personal information and sentiment bias, we propose a novel differentially private (dp)-embedding model for training privacy guaranteed embeddings and an evaluation approach for sentiment fairness in the food-review domain. Experiments on our novel review dataset show that MG-PriFair is capable of generating plausibly long reviews while controlling the amount of exploited user data and using the least sentiment biased word embeddings. To the best of our knowledge, we are the first to bring user privacy and sentiment fairness into the review generation task. The dataset and source codes are available at https://github.com/ReML-AI/MG-PriFair.

2018

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Lexical-semantic resources: yet powerful resources for automatic personality classification
Xuan-Son Vu | Lucie Flekova | Lili Jiang | Iryna Gurevych
Proceedings of the 9th Global Wordnet Conference

In this paper, we aim to reveal the impact of lexical-semantic resources, used in particular for word sense disambiguation and sense-level semantic categorization, on automatic personality classification task. While stylistic features (e.g., part-of-speech counts) have been shown their power in this task, the impact of semantics beyond targeted word lists is relatively unexplored. We propose and extract three types of lexical-semantic features, which capture high-level concepts and emotions, overcoming the lexical gap of word n-grams. Our experimental results are comparable to state-of-the-art methods, while no personality-specific resources are required.

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NIHRIO at SemEval-2018 Task 3: A Simple and Accurate Neural Network Model for Irony Detection in Twitter
Thanh Vu | Dat Quoc Nguyen | Xuan-Son Vu | Dai Quoc Nguyen | Michael Catt | Michael Trenell
Proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation

This paper describes our NIHRIO system for SemEval-2018 Task 3 “Irony detection in English tweets.” We propose to use a simple neural network architecture of Multilayer Perceptron with various types of input features including: lexical, syntactic, semantic and polarity features. Our system achieves very high performance in both subtasks of binary and multi-class irony detection in tweets. In particular, we rank at least fourth using the accuracy metric and sixth using the F1 metric. Our code is available at: https://github.com/NIHRIO/IronyDetectionInTwitter