The Computational Linguistics and Language Technology Lab (CLLT) focuses on promoting research and education in Natural Language Processing on both a practical and theoretical level. The lab fosters interdisciplnary research between Linguistics, Computer Science and Cognitive Science. The lab has also an active interest in emerging new technologies in Digital Humanities. It is based at Department of Philology, University of Crete.
Computaitonal Linguistics, Natural Language Processing, Language Techonology, Digital Humanities
Amanaki, E., Bernardy, JP, Chatzikyriakidis, S., Cooper, R., Dobnik, S., Karimi, A., Ek, A., Giannikouri, EC, Katsouli, V., Kolokousis, I., Mamatzaki, IC, Papadakis, D., Petrova, O., Psaltaki, E., Soupiona, C., Skoulataki E. and Stefanidou C., 2022. Fine-grained Entailment: Resources for Greek NLI and Precise Entailment. Workshop on Dataset Creation for Lower-Resourced Languages, LREC2022.
Computational Linguistics Research Seminar (to start September 2022)