We will welcome Dr Ekaterina Vylomova, a Lecturer and a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Melbourne, to be the next speaker in our seminar series. The title of her talk is Documenting and modelling inflectional paradigms in under-resourced languages. She will talk about the UniMorph project, which attempts to create a universal (cross-lingual) annotation schema. […]
In the next installment of our Cardamom Seminar Series, Dr Will Lamb (University of Edinburgh) will talk about current state-of-the-art Scottish Gaelic Language Technology and how some of these tools are being used within education and applied research. For more information and registration see here.
Prof. Greg Toner will present his research on the application of machine-learning techniques to the dating of medieval Irish texts as part of the Cardamom Seminar Series. Register here!
The fourth talk in our Cardamom Seminar Series is on the 26th of July! Our own John McCrae will introduce the Cardamom project and talk about a recent collaboration with Translators without Borders. Register here!
The third talk in our Cardamom Seminar Series is on the 28th of June! The seminar will feature Remo Nitschke from the University of Arizona, who will introduce a method for vocabulary reconstruction/prediction via a neural machine translation (NMT) setup. Register here!
Rolando Coto-Solano’s brilliant talk on “linguistically informed representations to improve deep learning for extremely low-resource languages” is now available here. Our next speaker in the Cardamom Seminar Series (CSS) is Remo Nitschke of the Linguistics department at the University of Arizona. He will join us on June 28th. Stay tuned!
The second talk in our Cardamom Seminar Series is on the 31st of May! Professor Rolando Coto-Solano of Dartmouth College will present on the topic of linguistically informed representations to improve deep learning for extremely low-resource languages, especially focusing on Chibchan languages. Register here!
Please subscribe to our channel, where we will put recordings of our monthly talks in the Cardamom Seminar Series. The recording of the first talk, “Uncovering Sanskrit Syntax” by Dr Adriana Molina-Muñoz (Oxford), is available here.
The Unit for Linguistic Data at the Data Science Institute, National University of Ireland Galway, is delighted to welcome Dr Adriana Molina-Muñoz, a researcher at the University of Oxford, as the first speaker in our seminar series. In her talk, Dr Molina-Muñoz will give an overview of methodological and theoretical challenges that emerge when working […]