I'm a Postdoctoral Researcher at Facebook AI Reserch.

Previously, I was a 4th year PhD Student in Computational Linguistics under the direction of Marco Baroni. I worked in the area of Distributional Semantics, and more specifically, in understanding the strengths and limitations of distributional models when trying to account for the richness of human conceptual knowledge. To this end, I've explored how these semantic representations can be used in inference.


What you can cram into a single $&!#* vector: Probing sentence embeddings for linguistic properties.

A. Conneau, G. Kruszewski, G. Lample, M. Baroni, L. Barrault

Proceedings of ACL 2018


Memorize or generalize? Searching for a compositional RNN in a haystack

A. Liska, G. Kruszewski, M. Baroni

arXiv preprint 1802.06467.


CommAI: Evaluating the first steps towards a useful general AI

M. Baroni, A. Joulin, A. Jabri, G. Kruszewski, A. Lazaridou, K. Simonic, T. Mikolov

Proceedings of ICLR 2017 Workshop Track.


Convolutional Neural Network Language Models

NQ. Pham, G. Kruszewski, G. Boleda

Proceedings of EMNLP 2016.



How cosmopolitan are emojis?

F. Barbieri, G. Kruszewski, D. Paperno, F. Ronzato and H. Saggion

ACM Multimedia 2016.


The LAMBADA dataset: Word prediction requiring a broad discourse context [DATA]

D. Paperno, G. Kruszewski, A. Lazaridou, Q Pham, R. Bernardi, S. Pezzelle, M. Baroni, G. Boleda and R. Fernandez.

Proceedings of ACL 2016


Deriving Boolean Structures from distributional vectors [CODE]

G. Kruszewski, D. Paperno and M. Baroni

Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics 3: 375-388


Jointly optimizing word representations for lexical and sentential tasks with the C-PHRASE model.

N. Pham, G. Kruszewski, A. Lazaridou and M. Baroni

Proceedings of ACL 2015 (53rd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics), East Stroudsburg PA: ACL, 971-981.


So similar and yet incompatible: Toward automated identification of semantically compatible words [DATA] [CODE]

G. Kruszewski and M. Baroni

Proceedings of NAACL HLT 2015 (2015 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics - Human Language Technologies), East Stroudsburg PA: ACL, 964-969.


Dead parrots make bad pets: Exploring modifier effects in noun phrases [DATA]

G. Kruszewski and M. Baroni

Proceedings of *SEM 2014 (Third Joint Conference on Lexical and Computational Semantics), East Stroudsburg PA: ACL, 171-181.


Don't count, predict! A systematic comparison of context-counting vs. context-predicting semantic vectors.

M. Baroni, G. Dinu and G. Kruszewski

Proceedings of ACL 2014 (52nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics), East Stroudsburg PA: ACL, 238-247.


Generation for Grammar Engineering.

C. Gardent and G. Kruszewski

Proceedings of INLG 2012 (Seventh International Natural Language Generation Conference), East Stroudsburg PA: ACL, 31-39.


Generating grammar exercises.

L. Perez-Beltrachini, C. Gardent and G. Kruszewski

Proceedings of the Seventh Workshop on Building Educational Applications Using NLP (2012), East Stroudsburg PA: ACL, 147-156.


Volunteer Work

En La Tecla computer literacy group

2007 - 2011

This was a project sponsored by the Exact and Natural Sciences Faculty of the University of Buenos Aires, having the double scope of teaching computer basics to low income people while also bridging the gap between the University and people living in poor regions of the city.

Free Time

(A rarely seen species)


I enjoy taking pictures. Here are some that I have taken over the years: