This is a last-Monday-of-the-month meetup group open to professionals and students interested in Machine Learning in any of its forms. There are presentations by selected guest speakers on different topics, and networking. Hashtag: #MLDublin. Twitter @DublinML
Dia daoibh, a chairde. After St. Patrick's day and Seachtain na Gaeilge we've decided to focus an event on Irish language technology. As a celebration of our fine national language we want to share some of the work being done on NLP and speech synthesis.
[18:00 - 18:30] Registration, Networking
[18:30 - 18:40] Introduction and welcome
[18:40 - 19:10] Teresa Lynn, Research Fellow, ADAPT Centre, DCU
Teresa's current research interests lie in NLP, parsing, treebank development and developing resources for Irish language technology.
[19:15 - 19:35] Abigail Walsh, PhD Researcher, ADAPT Centre, DCU
Abigail's research aims to improve automatic processing of Irish multiword expressions (MWEs). Using machine learning methods to train systems capable of MWE discovery and identification, with the goal of enhancing Irish language parsers and other text processing tools.
[19:35 - 19:55] Ailbhe Ní Chasaide, Associate Professor of Phonetics
School of Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences, TCD
ABAIR - Irish speech synthesis
[20:00 - 20:55] Networking
This event is strictly for Machine Learning professionals, researchers and students only
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