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We are pleased to announce that Jakob Lenardič is the recipient of the award for the best doctoral dissertation in humanities and social sciences at the Faculty of Arts, the University of Ljubljana in 2020/2021. He received the award for his work “Skladenjsko-pomenska razčlemba srednjiških zgradb v tvorbeno-pretvorbeni slovnici.”
We are pleased to announce that Darja Fišer has been appointed Executive Director of CLARIN ERIC, starting the new position in January 2023. More on her work and vision for the CLARIN ERIC infrastructure is available here.
We are happy to announce that on 25th March 2022, young researcher Kaja Dobrovoljc will hold a presentation on Open language resources for smarter artificial intelligence at The ESFRI 20th Anniversary Conference: European Research Infrastructures at the Heart of Scientific Discoveries.
The agenda for the conference is available here.
We are pleased to announce that the paper on ParlaMint corpora of parliamentary proceedings, has been published in the Language Resources and Evaluation Journal as an Open Access paper. The CLARIN.SI team lead the compilation of the corpora, which are all encoded in a common and interoperable format, and contributed the Slovenian and Croatian corpora.
The full paper is available here.
On 6 and 7 November 2021, an online workshop on regional markedness in text took place, organised by the ReLDI centre, University of Zurich, and our knowledge centre CLASSLA. The materials from the workshop are now available here. They provide a gentle introduction to querying the corpora through the noSketchEngine and KonText concordancers, using the Corpus Query Language (CQL) syntax and morphosyntactic descriptions (MSDs) to analyse gender bias in society.
In November, Tour de CLARIN presents the CLARIN Knowledge Centre for South Slavic Languages (CLASSLA), which offers support for automated processing of South Slavic languages, and is operated by the Slovene CLARIN.SI and the Bulgarian CLaDA-BG.
The full article is available at the following link.
A new entry has been added to the CLARIN Knowledge Centre for South Slavic languages (CLASSLA). In Success stories, we present activities where collaboration resulted in important language resources for Slovenian, Croatian and Serbian, created with a fraction of the full costs by exploiting the large synergistic potential of South Slavic languages. These are the stories that motivated the creation of CLASSLA.