What are the individual characteristics and stylistic features of a text? Was the author male or female? Young or old? Happy or depressed? Can the source be derived from the text? Everyone who writes a text leaves unconscious and unintended traces behind. Clever computer systems can use these traces to identify the language users, and they are getting better and better at it. This field is called computational linguistics. Malvina Nissim teaches this at the University of Groningen. Recently she was elected Lecturer of the Year, after a mini-lecture explaining her research.
Leonardo Arriagada Beltran conducted his PhD research on the interface of computer-generated art and the constantly evolving field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). He will defend his Phd thesis on 21 September. His research offers valuable insights...
On the afternoon of saturday 30 September, researchers from the Faculty of Arts will participate in Zpannend Zernike: the Groningen science festival for young and old. Join us in the Academy Building and Forum Groningen between 12 and 5 ‘o clock,...
Three researchers from the Faculty of Arts have been awarded an ERC Starting Grant, which consists of €1.5 million each. These grants allows the researchers to start a possible, ground-breaking research project.
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