The CLARIN Annual Conference took place in Prague from 10 to 12 October. During the Opening session the Steven Krauwer Award for Early Career CLARIN Researcher was awarded to the CLARIN-LV researcher Roberts Darģis. Roberts has contributed to the development of the korpuss.lv platform and CLARIN’s ParlaMint project. He also serves to Standing Committee for CLARIN Technical Centres.  


The CLARIN Annual Conference took place in Prague from 10 to 12 October.

During the Opening session the Steven Krauwer Award for Early Career CLARIN Researcher was awarded to the CLARIN-LV researcher Roberts Darģis. Roberts has contributed to the development of the korpuss.lv platform and CLARIN’s ParlaMint project. He also serves to Standing Committee for CLARIN Technical Centres. On the first day of the conference, Inguna Skadiņa (CLARIN-LV national coordinator) presented the overview of CLARIN-LV activities. On October 11, Kristīne Levāne-Petrova (PhD candidate from the University of Latvia) presented The Balanced Corpus of the Modern Latvian Language (LVK2018).

 

 

 

The Tenth International Conference "Human Language Technologies - the Baltic Perspective" will take place on October 6-7 at the University of Latvia. The aim of the conference is to provide a forum for the sharing of new ideas and recent advances in human language processing and to promote cooperation between the research communities of computer science, linguistics and digital humanities from the Baltic states and the rest of the world.

Conference program.

The Tenth International Conference "Human Language Technologies - the Baltic Perspective" took place on October 6-7 at the University of Latvia.
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The conference aims to provide a forum for the sharing of new ideas and recent advances in human language processing and to promote cooperation between the research communities of computer science, linguistics and digital humanities from the Baltic states and the rest of the world. The special session of the conference was devoted to the language technology overview in each of the Baltic states. The conference proceedings is published in the Baltic Journal of Modern Computing. Papers in these proceedings represent a wide range of topics, including speech processing, machine translation, application of deep learning techniques to different natural language processing tasks, creation of language resources, and others. Slides and photo gallery is available from the conference Website.

This 10th edition of Baltic HLT will bring together scientists, developers and users to discuss the state-of-the-art of HLT in the Baltic sea states, to exchange information and to promote initiatives for international cooperation. Deadline for submissions: 20 May 2022. You can find more information about the conference here.