ILC @ BRIGHT-NIGHT 2020
|16/11/2020||15:00||Open science is everyone's science||Seminar by Monica Monachini|
Open Science represents a huge possibility for everyone. But what is it? And how is it done in practice? The seminar intends to explain basic concepts to non-experts and to show, through practical examples, what advantages it entails, with particular attention to language resources and tools.
|19/11/2020||18:00||Discovering ReadLet||Seminar by Andrea Nadalini|
Discovering ReadLet, an innovative app for tablet that aims to study how children learn to read.
|22/11/2020||15:00||Footnotes and text: tending the garden of forking paths||Seminar by Federico Boschetti and Luigi Bambaci|
Footnotes in editions of ancient books allow us to go through a whole labyrinth of texts: let us see how together.
|Hey Siri, what is computational linguistics?|
Laboratory organized by UNIPI-DFiLeLi-CoLingLab and CNR-ILC in collaboration with AILC