My Time at CAS: Dan Flickinger
The Stanford University researcher discusses climbing metaphorical mountains and rattling cages in his year as a CAS fellow.
Research in Review: 'SynSem: From Form to Meaning - Integrating Linguistics and Computing'
The CAS project set out to bridge the gap between the applied and theoretical camps of computational linguistics. Did it succeed?
CAS fellows win 'best paper award' at computational linguistics conference
Adam Przepiórkowski and Agnieszka Patejuk's research will be recognised at the International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING).
Meaningful Work: Advancing Computational Semantics
At a CAS-hosted workshop, linguists debate approaches to turning text into information that computers can understand.
'Arv': Mankind's Unpleasant Cultural Heritage
The temporary exhibition 'arv' at Tromsø Museum, co-hosted by CAS, provides a critical look at how the objects we leave behind influence the Earth.
New blog explores Norwegian grammatical phenomena with data
CAS fellow Helge Dyvik tackles assumptions with analyses in a blog inspired by his participation in the CAS project 'SynSem: From Form to Meaning - Integrating Linguistics and Computing.'
Gaps and Errors: A Linguistic Struggle
Scholars associated with the CAS project 'SynSem: From Form to Meaning – Integrating Linguistics and Computing' face a number of challenges 'regular' people would never consider, although they use language every day.
Project Update: 'SynSem: From Form to Meaning -- Integrating Linguistics and Computing'
CAS fellows discuss their work on bridging the gap between computational and theoretical linguistics.
Meet the Group Leaders: Dag Trygve Truslew Haug and Stephan Oepen
Today nearly everyone walks around with a device capable of translating the world’s major languages. But where some see opportunity, Dag Trygve Truslew Haug and Stephan Oepen, professors of classics and informatics, respectively, at the University of Oslo, see limitations.
Talk by Levi Bryant: A Critique of Object-oriented Philosophy
In this talk, philosopher Levi R. Bryant talks about the history of speculative realism and object-oriented ontology. He then moves into a brief discussion of Graham Harman’s object-oriented philosophy, and an alternative vision he would like to propose.