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Randy Harris visiting

We’re delighted to welcome Prof. Randy Harris from the University of Waterloo who is co-leading one of the foremost groups in computational rhetoric, RhetFIg. Randy will be delivering a talk on Thursday, 23rd March at 10am in the lab (QMB2.15), entitled “Chiastic figures and how they argue”. All welcome as usual.

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aclijcai

Members of the Centre are delighted to be contributing to tutorials not only at both IJCAI 2016 in New York and, a couple of weeks later, at ACL 2016 in Berlin, but also, next year, at ESSLLI 2017 in Toulouse. Katarzyna Budzynska delivered a tutorial on Argument Mining at IJCAI 2016 on 11 July 2016 […]

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The Centre for Argument Technology has just won £700k from EPSRC towards a £1.1m project focusing on Argument Mining in partnership with IBM and a local SME. The project will run for four years until the end of 2019 and will have several new posts associated with it, the advertisements for which are now available. […]

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ova-w-s

OVA provides a drag-and-drop interface for analysing textual arguments. It is reminiscent of a streamlined Araucaria, except that it is designed to work with web pages, and in a browser rather than requiring local installation. It also natively handles AIF structures, and supports real-time collaborative analysis. The public release of OVA2 is now available, and a user […]

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