This is the final call for participation in a shared task on metaphor detection 
held at the workshop on processing figurative language @NAACL2018.

Metaphor is a commonly used form of figurative language. Consider, for example: 
"In Washington, people change dance partners frequently, but not the dance" 
(metaphors are italicized). The goal is to classify all content words in a text 
as being a metaphor or not, as well as a separate classification task just for 
the verbs.

For more details about participation and to register to the shared task, please 
refer to:

Important dates:

  *   3/8/18: Last day for submitting predictions on test data
  *   3/15/18: Papers describing the systems are due
  *   4/2/18: Notifications for papers are sent
  *   4/16/18: Camera ready papers are due
  *   6/6/18: Workshop, New Orleans, LA

Organizers of the shared task:

  *   Ben Leong, Educational Testing Service, cleong [AT] ets [DOT] org
  *   Beata Beigman Klebanov, Educational Testing Service, bbeigmanklebanov 
[AT] ets [DOT] org
  *   Ekaterina Shutova, University of Cambridge, es407 [AT] cam [DOT] ac [DOT] 

For more information about the workshop on computational approaches to 
figurative language see . 
Consider submitting a paper!


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