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The SANT project will be presented at the Cutting Edge Festival.
The Talk of Norway (ToN) is now publicly available.
In this ongoing cross-disciplinary collaboration, researchers in Language Technology (LT) and Political Science (PS) are applying supervised and unsupervised machine learning methods to data from the Norwegian parliament in order to gather knowledge spanning across different dimensions.
The objective of this project is to create an on-line portal for language analysis, called LAP. The effort forms part of the CLARINO infrastructure project and one of the overall goals is to make language technology readily accessible and usable for researchers from the humanities and social sciences.
The objective of the WeSearch project is to prepare general purpose semantic parsing technology: automated large-scale analysis of user-generated Web content (UGC), mapping from human language to formal representations of meaning. Technology will be developed for English, but the research will result in techniques and representations that are directly applicable to other human languages.
The Language Technology group focuses on studying how linguistic processing may be applied to solve real-world problems. One such study combined a range of linguistic analyses with machine learning techniques to detect instances of speculation in biomedical research literature.
Language Technology comprises theoretical and applied Informatics that seeks to enable computers to ‘make sense’ of human language.