This year we will co-organise with Rachele Sprugnoli and Giovanni Moretti a shared task at Evalita2020, the Seventh Evaluation Campaign of Italian NLP tools. Evalita will be co-located with CLiC-it, the Seventh Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics.
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Sara Tonelli will give an invited talk at the FAIR Heritage conference on Digital Methods, Scholarly Editing and Tools for Cultural and Natural Heritage, which was supposed to take place in Tours in June 16-17. The event will be online, and registration is free.
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We are co-organising the workshop "ResT-UP - Resources and Techniques for User and Author Profiling in Abusive Language", to be held on May 12th before the start of the 12th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference.
More info on the call for papers and the PC soon!
Sara Tonelli will give a talk at the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History as part of the seminar series on Digital History and Hermeneutics. The talk title will be "Collecting, Analysing and Visualising Documents in the Political Domain".
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED:
On March 14 we will present the results of our study on the evolution of students' writing skills jointly with IPRASE, the Institute for Educational Research and Experimentation of the Trento province. The event will take place at Iprase from 9 am to 2 pm in Rovereto.
Sara Tonelli will give a talk on the analysis of high-school final exams from a linguistic point of view, to study the evolution of neo-standard Italian and discuss how it has changed over time. The talk is part of the seminar series "Linguistic Conversations" held at the Department of Letters and Philosophy at the University of Trento.
Sara Tonelli will give a talk at University of Modena and Reggio Emilia on the ALCIDE and Epistolario project, detailing the process that led to the development of the digital edition of De Gasperi's documents. The title of the talk (in Italian) is: I progetti di digitalizzazione dell'epistolario e dei discorsi pubblici di Alcide De Gasperi.
Sara Tonelli will give a talk at LUMSA University in Rome, Dept. of Humanities, Communication Studies and Psychology, during the symposium "Analogico e Digitale: Una Sfida tra Intelligenze". She will describe the work carried out to create the digital edition of De Gasperi's letters within the Epistolario project.
Durante la Giornata del Centro Studi sul Linguaggio, Sara Tonelli presenterà il lavoro nell'ambito del progetto HATEMETER sull'islamofobia online con un intervento dal titolo "Linguaggi d'odio: un'analisi del discorso islamofobico su Twitter in tre lingue diverse".
Il programma degli interventi è disponibile a questo link.
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.
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.