Sara Tonelli will give a keynote presentation at the next Language, Data and Knowledge Conference...
The Digital Humanities group at Fondazione Bruno Kessler investigates methods and systems aimed at applying natural language processing to humanities and social sciences problems.
We work with historical archives, social media data, domain-specific and nonstandard language. We are interested in multilingualism and low-resource languages, and are fond of contributing to the Italian NLP community.
The group is part of the Digital Society center.
May 5, 2021 | Blog
Apr 29, 2021 | News
Pubblichiamo un articolo di Alessia Smeraglia, che ha svolto un periodo di internship presso...Read More
Paper accepted in Journal on Computing and Cultural HeritageApr 29, 2021 | News