I have funding (full fee waiver and stipend) for four PhDs in Natural Language Processing at the University of Bath. Three of these studentships are available international students.
The Natural Language Processing group at the University of Bath is a rapidly growing group focused on researching methods of explaining the decisions made by deep learning systems, in particular pre-trained language models.
The three international studentships are offered through the UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Accountable, Responsible and Transparent AI (ART-AI) and so including a year of training in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning before the start of the research period.
Eligible and highly motivated students are strongly encouraged to get in touch: htm43 AT bath.ac.uk
Neuro-Symbolic Artificial Intelligence for Efficient and Interpretable Natural Language Understanding
This project focuses on the area which spans the intersection of neural and symbolic AI: a fast growing and increasingly important field known as neuro-symbolic artificial intelligence
Explainable Natural Language Processing for the Analysis of Online Discourse
This project focuses on the generation of explanations for model outputs with applications primarily in, but not limited to, social media data.
Explainability in Multimodal Deep Learning: Transparent Fusion of Text and Images
This project is aimed at the development of multimodal models which fuse information from images and text. Additionally, this project lays emphasis on the need for explainability in such models, a relatively recent avenue of research