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September 12-15, 2022 – István Üveges gave a presentation at the CPSS Workshop in Potsdam

István Üveges gave a presentation at the CPSS Workshop in Potsdam, held between 12-15 September 2022. He described a new annotation framework for the emotion analysis of political texts and the machine learning results obtained with the Hungarian BERT model. The event was part of the KONVENS 2022 Conference on the intersection between computational linguistics …

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May 6-7, 2022 – Members of PoltextLAB participated in a conference IN DUBLIN organized by the COMPTEXT Network.

Members of PoltextLAB attended a conference on the COMPTEXT international text mining network in Dublin from 6 to 7 May. Miklós Sebők is a member of the conference’s organizing committee. Prior to the conference, Ákos Máté held a workshop on May 5 entitled “Data Visualization using ggplot2”. At the COMPTEXT conference, poltextLAB researches was presented: …

May 6-7, 2022 – Members of PoltextLAB participated in a conference IN DUBLIN organized by the COMPTEXT Network. Read More »

22 April, 2022. A Lecture by Miklos Sebok on the ANGELUSZ RÓBERT SOCIAL SCIENCES COLLEGE conference: “There is something new under the sun”

The head of poltextLAB presented his latest results on empirical text mining of legislation, including research on the legislative stability index, which is based on an automated, dictionary-based text mining approach to the analysis of law amendment-type relations (Sebők, M. – Kubik, B. Gy. – Molnár, Cs. – Járay, I. – Székely, A. (2022): Measuring …

22 April, 2022. A Lecture by Miklos Sebok on the ANGELUSZ RÓBERT SOCIAL SCIENCES COLLEGE conference: “There is something new under the sun” Read More »

7 February, 2022 -Miklós Sebők participated in the third European Language Resource Coordination (ELRC) workshop in Hungary

The workshop tried to find answers to questions about what kind of language tools we have in the market and academic sphere, or in the public administration. Developers, integrators and users of Language Technology, shared experiences, requirements, and ways for transforming digital interaction in the age of AI.Word document 

New publication: Article by Miklós Sebők, Zoltán Kacsuk, Ákos Máté

Published on December 17, 2021, and you can find online on Quality & Quantity Miklós Sebők, Zoltán Kacsuk, Ákos Máté: The (real) need for a human touch: testing a human-machine hybrid topic classification workflow on a New York Times corpus is now available. You can find the article here https://doi.org/10.1007/s11135-021-01287-4, and a pdf version can …

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