Overview of CAPITEL Shared Tasks at IberLEF 2020: Named Entity Recognition and Universal Dependencies Parsing

by   Jordi Porta-Zamorano, et al.

We present the results of the CAPITEL-EVAL shared task, held in the context of the IberLEF 2020 competition series. CAPITEL-EVAL consisted on two subtasks: (1) Named Entity Recognition and Classification and (2) Universal Dependency parsing. For both, the source data was a newly annotated corpus, CAPITEL, a collection of Spanish articles in the newswire domain. A total of seven teams participated in CAPITEL-EVAL, with a total of 13 runs submitted across all subtasks. Data, results and further information about this task can be found at sites.google.com/view/capitel2020.



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