17 Nov 2020 10:30 - 17:45 Online event


The programme includes a large-scale quantitative analysis of communications networks based on the Tudor State Papers (Dr Sebstian Ahnert, Dept. Of Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology/Alan Turing Institute). There’s also a talk by Dr Heather Burnett (CNRS, France) on social signalling and gender inclusive writing, and a keynote by Josh Tenenbaum (MIT) on cognitive and computational building blocks for more human-like language in machines.
Visit the website for more details. Please note that registration for this event closes on 12 November.

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