SemEval-2022: Best Task, Best Paper!!
SemEval-2022 features two overall awards, one for organizers of a task and one for a team participating in a task.
We are very pleased to announce the winners of these awards for SemEval-2022!
Best Task Paper Award
The Best Task Paper award, for organizers of an individual shared task, recognizes a task that stands out for making an important intellectual contribution to empirical computational semantics, as demonstrated by a creative, interesting, and scientifically rigorous dataset and evaluation design, and a well-written task overview paper.
Best Task Paper: SemEval-2022 Task 7: Identifying Plausible Clarifications of Implicit and Underspecified Phrases in Instructional Texts
Michael Roth, Talita Anthonio, Anna Sauer
Honorable Mention: SemEval-2022 Task 1: CODWOE – Comparing Dictionaries and Word Embeddings
Timothee Mickus, Kees Van Deemter, Mathieu Constant, Denis Paperno
Honorable Mention: SemEval-2022 Task 5: Multimedia Automatic Misogyny Identification
Elisabetta Fersini, Francesca Gasparini, Giulia Rizzi, Aurora Saibene, Berta Chulvi, Paolo Rosso, Alyssa Lees, Jeffrey Sorensen
Honorable Mention: SemEval-2022 Task 9: R2VQ – Competence-based Multimodal Question Answering
Jingxuan Tu, Eben Holderness, Marco Maru, Simone Conia, Kyeongmin Rim, Kelley Lynch, Richard Brutti, Roberto Navigli, James Pustejovsky
Best System Paper Award
The Best System Paper award, for task participants, recognizes a system description paper that advances our understanding of a problem and available solutions with respect to a task. It need not be the highest-scoring system in the task, but it must have a strong analysis component in the evaluation, as well as a clear and reproducible description of the problem, algorithms, and methodology.