New book released by NI member: Cognitive Plausibility in NLP

NI-member and VU academic Lisa Beinborn and Nora Hollenstein published an introductory book to “Cognitive Plausibility in Natural Language Processing”. It is based on the idea that we can learn more about the cognitive plausibility of computational language models by linking signals of cognitive processing load in humans to interpretability methods that allow us to explore the hidden mechanisms of neural models. It primarily targets advanced master’s students and early doctoral researchers investigating topics at the intersection of natural language processing, machine learning, and cognitive science.

The book is available now