As part of the XVII edition of the "Bergamo Scienza" scientific dissemination festival, AILC organized the "Do not say málvísindi if you do not have it in the bag" workshop, aimed at boys and girls from the eigth grade upwards, to approach them to (computational) linguistics.
ACL 2019, held in Italy for the first time ever, turned out to be e great success.
Also this year, in connection with its annual conference (CLiC-it), AILC assigned a prize for the best master thesis in computational linguistics defended at an Italian University.
This year, in connection with its annual conference (CLiC-it), for the first time AILC introduced a prize for the best master thesis in computational linguistics defended at an Italian University, which was awarded to Alessio Miaschi, from Università di Pisa.
An affective lexicon is a database of words (or word senses, phrases, or other kinds of lexical items) where each item is classified according to its content in terms of subjectivity, polarity (positive or negative), capability of evoking specific emotions and so on. Such resources are used to build [...]
The 57th edition of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL 2019) will take place in Florence from July 28th to August 2nd, 2019.