About me

After graduating from ENSIMAG (École Nationale Supérieure d’Informatique et de Mathématiques Appliquées, a computer science and applied mathematics school of engineer) in 2015, I obtained a master’s degree in NLP at Université Paris-Sorbonne. I am now a first year PhD candidate at Université Paris-Sorbonne, STIH team, under the supervision of Karën Fort and Claude Montacié.

Curriculum vitae: (en) CV (en) (fr) CV (fr)

Interests

My research focuses on questionning whether crowdsourcing (and games with a purpose) can be used to gather linguistic resources for the so-called "less-resourced" languages.

I developed a platform to enable collaborative part-of-speech annotation of an Alsatian (French regional language) corpus: BISAME. Feel free to share this link, create an account and contact me if you need further information!

Publications

2017

  • Alice Millour, Karën Fort, Delphine Bernhard et Lucie Steiblé. Vers une solution légère de production de données pour le TAL : création d’un tagger de l’alsacien par crowdsourcing bénévole. Actes de Traitement Automatique des Langues Naturelles (TALN), Orléans, France, juin 2017- Présentation orale. Pdf

  • Alice Millour and Karën Fort. Why do we Need Games? Analysis of the Participation on a Crowdsourcing Annotation Platform. Symposium Games4NLP, Valencia, Spain, April 2017. Pdf

2016

  • My master’s degree thesis is available here Master's Thesis(French) (French only).

Activities

  • April, 26th: Presentation during the “linguistic research and corpora” («Recherches linguistiques et corpus») seminar organized by Franck Neveu at Université Paris Sorbonne: “Building a POS-tagged corpus thanks to benevolent crowdsourcing for a low-resource language: alsatian”.

  • Member of the organization committee of the DiLiTAL’s workshop: Diversité Linguistique et TAL (Linguistic Diversity and NLP), taking place during TALN 2017.

  • Student volunteer at TALN 2016.


Contact

Alice Millour
STIH Université Paris-Sorbonne
Maison de la recherche
28, rue Serpente
75006 Paris
France

Email: aliceI.millourdon't@wantspam! Sopleaseparis-sorleave bonneme.alonef!r