Third Workshop on NLP for Indigenous Languages of the Americas

AmericasNLP 2023 will be co-located with ACL 2023 in Toronto, Canada! The schedule is here.

Call for Papers

The goal of AmericasNLP is to encourage and increase the visibility of work on the Indigenous languages of the Americas. It aims to encourage research on NLP, computational linguistics, corpus linguistics and speech for Indigenous languages, to connect researchers and professionals from underrepresented communities and native speakers of endangered languages with the ACL community, and, more generally, to promote machine learning approaches suitable for low-resource languages. We invite the submission of: Submissions do not need to describe work on native languages directly, as long as it is clear why those can benefit from the described approaches. Areas of interest include but are not limited to: Submissions will be accepted until 04/22/23 via softconf: submission portal

Update (04/14/2023): Limitation section and ethics statement are not mandatory, but strongly encouraged. If they are part of your submission, they do not count towards the page limit.

Shared Task

To motivate the NLP community to increase research efforts on Indigenous and endangered languages, AmericasNLP 2023 features a shared task on MT of truly low-resource languages. The results of the shared task will be presented during the in-person workshop in Toronto. More information can be found here.

Invited Speakers

Mentoring Program

AmericasNLP 2023 features a mentoring program to support students and newcomers from underrepresented communities. It encompasses presubmission mentoring (to help with finalizing paper drafts) and a buddy program during the in-person workshop. If you would like to receive mentoring, please sign up here: registration form

Important Dates

All deadlines are 11:59pm anywhere on Earth (AoE).

Organizing Committee

Design: Rebeca Guerrero and Manuel Mager