Solomon Marcus seminar in Computational Linguistics 2018
- 20 November 2018. Stefan Ruseti (UPB): Recursive Neural Networks using Dependency Masks (18:00, Spiru Haret amphitheather, ground floor, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Bucharest)
- 7 March 2018. Sergiu Nisioi (Univ. of Bucharest): Exploring Neural Text Simplification Models (18:30, Stoilow amphitheater, first floor, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Bucharest)
2nd International Conference on Recent Advances in Artificial Intelligence (RAAI) 2018
Access here the call for papers for the second RAAI conference (25-26 June 2018).
1st International Conference on Recent Advances in Artificial Intelligence (RAAI)
Access here the call for papers for the first RAAI conference (19-20 June 2017).
Solomon Marcus seminar in Computational Linguistics
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3 May 2017. Mihai Dascalu (UPB): ReaderBench - A Multi-lingual Discourse Processing Tool (Part 2)
29 March 2017. Mihai Dascalu (UPB): ReaderBench - A Multi-lingual Discourse Processing Tool
15 March 2017. Traian Rebedea (UPB): Question Answering @ University Politehnica of Bucharest (part 2)
1 March 2017. Mihai Dinu, Radu Gramatovici, Monica Tataram. Messages: Andreea Calude, Walter von Hahn, Andrea Sgarro, , Lavinia Spandonide. Talks dedicated to Solomon Marcus’s birthday.
7 December 2016. Grzegorz Kowalski (Institute of Applied Linguistics, University of Warsaw): Polish language corpora and corpus linguistics: overview and perspectives
16 November 2016. Virginio Cantoni (Universita di Pavia): Emerging tools of participatory experiences for exhibition and museum visitors. Walther von Hahn (University of Hamburg): Digital Humanities – New Challenges for CS. Cristina Vertan (University of Hamburg): Formal Representation of vague facts in Humanites.
26 October 2016. Traian Rebedea (UPB): Overview of Question-Answering Solutions @ UPB
5 October 2016. Mihaela Balint (UPB): Analyzing RST-style discourse parsing with a focus on the rhythm of written texts
30 September 2016. Andrea Sgarro (Univ. of Trieste): Muljacic distance revisited