The Computational Affective and Social Cognition Lab (CASCogLab) is housed in the Department of Information Systems and Analytics, in the School of Computing at the National University of Singapore.
We are a interdisciplinary lab made up of cognitive scientists, psychologists, computer scientists, and information system researchers. We study a range of topics, ranging from:
Dec 2021: [NeurIPS 2021]
Zhengxuan and Elisa Kreiss (and together with Desmond and Chris Potts) will be presenting their paper: ReaSCAN: Compositional Reasoning in Language Grounding.
September 2021: [ACII 2021]
Varsha will be presenting her paper: Using Knowledge-Embedded Attention to Augment Pre-trained Language Models for Fine-Grained Emotion Recognition. This is her first paper from the lab! 🎉
Desmond will also be presenting a paper on An Ethical Framework for Guiding the Development of Affectively-Aware Artificial Intelligence.
July 2021: [CogSci 2021]
Dennis will be presenting his CogSci paper: Learning from Agentic Actions: Modelling Causal Inference from Intention, and
Hui Yan will also be presenting "If only Santa had one more present": Exploring the development of near-miss counterfactual reasoning. These are their first papers from the lab! 🎉 🎉
June 2021: Kong Yan San won the SoC Outstanding Computing Project Prize! Congratulations to Yan San! 🎊
February 2021: [SCiL 2021]
Zhengxuan will be presenting his paper: Pragmatically Informative Color Generation by Grounding Contextual Modifiers at the Society for Computation in Linguistics.
February 2021: [AAAI 2021]
Zhengxuan will be presenting his paper: Context-Guided BERT for Targeted Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis.
August 2020: Terence Lim has won the NUS Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Prize! Congratulations to Terence! 🎊