The Seventh Swedish Language Technology Conference (SLTC-2018 ) 7–9 November 2018 går av stapeln på Juristerna hus på Frescati på Stockholms universitet. DSV är med och organiserar den med tillsammans Lingvistiken på Stockholms universitet. Läs pressrelease om nättroll, “fake news” och … Continue reading
Andrea Andrenucci defended successfully his dissertation with the title Using Language Technology to Mediate Medical Information on Health Portals – User Studies and Experiments on Monday Oct 29 2018. Opponent was Dr. Diego Molla-Aliod, from Macquarie University, Sydney Australia.
Today Andrea Andrenucci nailed his PhD thesis. (Spikning av avhandling)
Dear all! Don’t miss to register for The Seventh Swedish Language Technology Conference (SLTC 2018) at Frescati, 7-9 Nov 2018. Interesting talks as well as exciting panels in Clinical text mining and Fake news and troll detection with invited experts. … Continue reading
Deep learning based on various neural network architectures has seen tremendous success in recent years, substantially outperforming alternative learning approaches in fields such as natural language processing. By learning abstract representations through multiple processing layers, the learning task can be … Continue reading
Three research applications from the IS unit researchers have been approved. The applications were all sent to the Stockholm County Council (SLL) – Stockholm University Call in October 2017. KVALPA: What quality indicators in the patient journal’s free text are … Continue reading
I was invited to the Norwegian Center for E-health Research (Nasjonalt senter for e-helseforskning), in Tromsø, north Norway to be part of the Workshop on health analytics: using language technology and machine learning on clinical text. There were over 25 … Continue reading
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Rebecka and I participated at RANLP 2017 in Varna Bulgaria, 2-8 September 2017. RANLP stands for Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing. RANLP has been active för 28 years, starting as a summer school. This time there were around 100 … Continue reading