Sara Tonelli has been invited to give a presentation at the symposium on "Computational Text Analysis and Historical Change", which will take place at Umeå University in Sweden from September 4 to 6. More on the program here.
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This year ACL 2019, the Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, will be organised in Florence, Italy. The Italian NLP community is involved in the event through the commitment of AILC, Associazione Italiana di Linguistica Computazionale, whose board members Bernardo Magnini, Simonetta Montemagni and Alessandro Lenci are also local organisers of ACL 2019.
Relatore: Stefano Bazzaco, Università di Verona
Titolo: Lo stato dell’arte dei sistemi di riconoscimento automatico dei caratteri e il loro impiego per la preservazione e diffusione del patrimonio culturale. Il caso del Progetto Mambrino.
The Digital Humanities (DH) Conference is the annual international conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations. In 2019, the DH Conference (DH2019) will take place in Utrecht, the Netherlands. During two days of pre-conference workshops and the three-day conference, participants will present their newest research and the applications of their work.
Our group will present two papers:
Speaker: Cristina Locatelli, University of Exeter
Title: Art Maps: Places of Art through Digital
Sara Tonelli will give a 3-hour lecture in the framework of the OASI Master's School (Oltre Advanced School of Innovation) at the Dept. of Engineering, University of Calabria. The talk will be about the challenges of Digital Humanities, especially in the context of historical archives and digital cultural heritage.
Coleen Holloway and Emanuele Sigismondi from University of Bologna (History and Oriental Studies) used the ALCIDE plaform to study the concepts of "people" and "multitude" during their internship in our group at Fondazione Bruno Kessler. This talk will summarise their findings and provide insight into how to use digital technologies to carry out cultural studies.
Nell'ambito del festival EDUCA 2019, organizzeremo insieme all'Unità e-Health un laboratorio con alcuni studenti delle scuole superiori per riflettere sul fenomeno del cyberbullismo, analizzare il linguaggio dei social media e commentare insieme alcune interazioni prese da social network. L'attività afferisce al progetto EIT Digital CREEP.
The outcome of the project "Epistolario De Gasperi", led by Fondazione Trentina Alcide De Gasperi, will be presented at Archivio del Quirinale in the presence of the President of Italy, Sergio Mattarella.
Rachele Sprugnoli will give a talk at University of Florence with the title "Analysis and Automatic Detection of Hate Speech: From pre-teen Cyberbullying on WhatsApp to Islamophobic discourse on Twitter"
Sara Tonelli will participate to the first National meeting of the CINI Lab for Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems, where she will present the work "Personalised simplification of documents in the administrative domain", co-authored with Alessio Palmero Aprosio and Marco Pistore.
Full program here.
At the end of February we will present the activities carried out within the SIMPATICO project at the final review meeting in Bruxelles. FBK is the coordinating partner, and will present the work done together with the other consortium partners: Engineering Group, Business Engineering, Comune di Trento, Universidad de Deusto, HiIberia, Xunta de Galicia, University of Sheffield, Sparta Digital and Sheffield City Council.
Sara Tonelli will give a talk at the Dept. of Computer Science, University of Turin, entitled: "What is hate speech? Insights from cyberbullying detection and Islamophobic discourse monitoring"
AIUCD2019, the annual conference of AIUCD-Associazione per l'Informatica Umanistica e la Cultura Digitale, will be held in Udine, Italy, at the "Dipartimento di Studi umanistici e del Patrimonio culturale" (DIUM) of the University of Udine.
Titolo: "Mappe nuove per l’antico regime. Cartografia digitale e storia moderna."
The 6th evaluation campaign EVALITA 2018 will be held in Turin, as a co-located event of the 5th Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics - CLiC-it 2018 (December 10-12, 2018).
EVALITA 2018 is an initiative of AILC (Associazione Italiana di Linguistica Computazionale).
The Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics, CLiC-it, aims at establishing a reference forum for the Italian community of researchers working in the fields of Computational Linguistics (CL) and Natural Language Processing (NLP). CLiC-it promotes and disseminates high-level, original research on all aspects of automatic language processing, both written and spoken, and targets state-of-the-art theoretical results, experimental methodologies, technologies, as well as application perspectives, which may contribute to the advancement of the CL and NLP fields.
In the context of the "Digital Culture Laboratory", Rachele Sprugnoli will hold the seminar "Spatial Humanities ed uso delle tecnologie del linguaggio per lo studio di luoghi e spostamenti" on the intersection between NLP and spatial humanities.
LIGHTS [LInguaggio, parità di Genere e parole d’odio / Language gender and HaTe Speech] will bring together international experts in the areas of formal and computational Linguistics, Psychology, Pedagogy, Sociology, Legal and Political Studies to discuss inclusive communication practices, verbal and linguistic equity and fairness, verbal violence in an intersectional approach considering gender and gender-identity in a comparative cross-linguistic and cross-cultural approach.
The CLARIN Annual Conference is the main annual event for those working on the construction and operation of CLARIN across Europe, as well as for representatives of the communities of use in the humanities, and social sciences.
CLARIN2018 will take place from 8 till 10 October at the Hotel Galilei Congress in Pisa, Italy: http://www.hotelgalileipisa.it/en.
Title: Edizioni digitali di plastilina. Modellare i dati, da Dante a oggi
Le edizioni critiche dei testi della nostra cultura sono create a partire da oggetti complessi: manoscritti di copisti, manoscritti d’autore, lettere, appunti e bozze. Il filologo studia questi materiali, per decidere cosa accogliere nel testo, cosa inserire in nota, di cosa dare conto nell’introduzione, cosa omettere.