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Research interests

My research interests focus on interpretability for NLP models, in particular to the benefit of end-users and by leveraging human behavioral signals. I am also passionate about social applications of machine learning, ethical AI, and open source collaboration.

My PhD project, conducted under the supervision of Arianna Bisazza and Malvina Nissim, aims to empower users of neural machine translation systems by developing interpretable and interactive tools for more efficient professional post-editing.

Publications

InDeep × NMT: Empowering Human Translators via Interpretable Neural Machine Translation

IT5: Large-scale Text-to-text Pretraining for Italian Language Understanding and Generation

Probing Linguistic Knowledge in Italian Neural Language Models across Language Varieties

Italian Transformers Under the Linguistic Lens

Teaching NLP with Bracelets and Restaurant Menus: An Interactive Workshop for Italian Students

That Looks Hard: Characterizing Linguistic Complexity in Humans and Language Models

ArchiMeDe@ DANKMEMES: A New Model Architecture for Meme Detection

ETC-NLG: End-to-end Topic-Conditioned Natural Language Generation

Interpreting Neural Language Models for Linguistic Complexity Assessment

UmBERTo-MTSA@ AcCompl-It: Improving Complexity and Acceptability Prediction with Multi-task Learning on Self-Supervised Annotations

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Press/media

The AI that explains images in Italian

CLIP-Italian: A new AI model to connect images and texts in Italian