CLiC-it, Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics, is a new event aiming to establish a reference forum for research on Computational Linguistics of the Italian community. CLiC-it covers all aspects of automatic language understanding, both written and spoken, and targets state-of-art theoretical results, experimental methodologies, technologies, as well as application perspectives, which may contribute to advance the field.
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Titolo: "FRIDA. Festival in Renaissance Italy, Digital Atlas"
We are happy to announce that on 8 and 9 March we will host the kick-off meeting of the SIMPATICO (SIMplifying the interaction with Public Administration Through Information technology for Citizens and cOmpanies) H2020 Project, coordinated by Fondazione Bruno Kessler. The research units involved in the project are Smart Community Lab and Digital Humanities. We will deal mainly with text simplification in the public administration domain.
Titolo: "Hidden Florence: Smartphone, app e GPS per ricreare l'esperienza del quotidiano nella città del Rinascimento"
Relatore: Prof. Fabrizio Nevola, University of Exeter
We are going to discuss the following papers on the identification of multiword expressions:
The Thirty-Second AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-18) will be held February 2–7, 2018 at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. The program chairs will be Sheila McIlraith, University of Toronto, Canada and Kilian Weinberger, Cornell University, USA.
Speaker: Paramita Mirza
Neon framework is currently the fastest framework for deep learning. The talk will cover some introduction about Neon, how to setup the framework, and what are required to be modified in order to use it for NLP tasks, in particular for relation extraction tasks.
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.
TITLE: Annotating Patrick White’s 'The Solid Mandala' with Semantic Features to Unravel Stylistic Devices