I am more interested in his old work on SRL(Semantic Role Labelling), but people at work were excited about his A* parsing, which seems extremely good, so he talked most about it.
There's an online demo of his EasySRL in EasySRL Parser Demo.
- Getting more out of syntax with PropS , Gabriel Stanovsky, Jessica Ficler, Ido Dagan, Yoav Goldberg, arXiv preprint 2016
His paper appeared in NAACL2016 and his Github has rules, but no real code, yet.
The paper is Siva Reddy, Oscar Täckström, Michael Collins, Tom Kwiatkowski, Dipanjan Das, Mark Steedman, Mirella Lapata (2016). Transforming Dependency Structures to Logical Forms for Semantic Parsing.http://sivareddy.in/papers/reddy2016transforming.pdf Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics, vol 4.
Siva also talked at Nuance and talking to him was great, lots of interesting ideas and plenty of energy.
Three very interesting and useful frameworks, very much in the directions I'm interested in pursuing. Three very bright and very nice guys.
How to grab the best of these frameworks and make it work for me, producing logical forms in a logic of contexts and concepts as the one in (Valeria de Paiva. Contexts for Quantification. 29 May 2013. Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Logical Formalizations of Commonsense Reasoning, Ayia Napa, Cyprus, 27-29 May 2013. [PDF]) is the question for me right now.