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Open Source and NLP

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  • UserAnn Copestake (Cambridge), Aurelie Herbelot (Trento), Diana Maynard (Sheffield), Behrang QasemiZadeh (Düsseldorf), Nandaja Varma, Esther Seyffarth (Düsseldorf), Hrishikesh K.B. (Swathanthra Malayalam Computing)
  • ClockThursday 10 November 2016, 09:00-17:00
  • HouseSeminar Room FW11, Computer Laboratory.

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A special one day workshop.

There are many good motivations to open-source one’s code. It gives a project visibility and potential contributors who will help develop new ideas (and find bugs!) For research projects, it can be a way to test theories and implementations in real-world settings. Still, open source NLP is not as widespread as it could be, especially in terms of developing end-user applications. This workshop gathers open source practitioners and interested participants to discuss motivations, methods and strategies.

The event is free and open to everyone – no need to register.

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