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Text Mining and Artificial Intelligence Training Program – November 11-12, 2021

A text mining and artificial intelligence training program (introductory course) will be introducing the theoretical and practical foundations of the social science applications of text mining and artificial intelligence and provide the participants with the opportunity to complete a mini-project. The course will be held from 11 to 12 November 2021 in a 3×1.5 hour …

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COMPTEXT 2022: Call for abstracts

The 4th International and Interdisciplinary Conference on the Quantitative and Computational Analysis of Textual Data (COMPTEXT) will be held in Dublin, Ireland, on 6–7 May 2022. COMPTEXT is an international community of quantitative text analysis and computational social science scholars in political science, international relations and beyond. COMPTEXT 2022 in Dublin follows in the footsteps …

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TK MILAB Speaker Series: The Use of the huBERT model in emotion analysis – 12/10/2021

The online series of events of the TK MILAB Speaker Series of the National Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence of the Research Center for Social Sciences continues. The following presentation will be on October 12, 2021, from 10:00 am. “The use of the huBert model in emotion analysis – an attempt to classify low-resource text on …

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’Can it be read from a distance? Perspectives for Text Mining in Sociological Research’ workshop

’Can it be read from a distance? Perspectives for Text Mining in Sociological Research’ workshop Orsolya Ring (Senior Researcher at poltextLAB, Centre for Social Sciences) was among the participants of the workshop entitled ’Can it be read from a distance? Perspectives for Text Mining in Sociological Research’. The workshop was part of the ’Methodically’ Debate …

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Talk by Orsolya Ring at conference organised by MILAB and the Digital Wellbeing Program

Talk by Orsolya Ring at conference jointly organised by MILAB and the Digital Wellbeing Program Orsolya Ring gave a talk entitled ‘Measuring Customer Satisfaction through the Evaluation of Texts’ at the online conference jointly organised by MILAB and the Digital Wellbeing Program (Digitális Jólét Program). The online conference examined the effects the recent boom in …

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New publication: Article by Miklós Sebők, Kristin Makszin and Jasper Simons in East European Politics

New publication: Article by Miklós Sebők, Kristin Makszin and Jasper Simons in East European Politics Miklós Sebők, Kristin Makszin and Jasper Simons’ new article entitled ’Mission adapted: the hidden role of governors in shaping central bank operating missions in Hungary’ has been published in East European Politics. ABSTRACT: ’Despite the diffusion of the paradigm of …

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New publication: Article by Ákos Máté, Miklós Sebők and Tamás Barczikay in PLOS ONE

New publication: Article by Ákos Máté, Miklós Sebők and Tamás Barczikay in PLOS ONE Ákos Máté, Miklós Sebők and Tamás Barczikay recently published an article entitled ‘The effect of central bank communication on sovereign bond yields: The case of Hungary’  The open-access article is available here: https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0245515 ‘In this article, we investigate how the public communication …

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