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    1313The laboratory seminar is primarily meant to present the activities of the active laboratory members: what they are doing, what results they have, what problems they have, which subtasks they are not able to solve and would like to have a collaboration of someone else, etc. Occasionally, and rather rarely, presentations by related department members can also be expected.
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    15 The seminar is now held on '''Wednesdays at 14:00 in B203''' (Spring 2022) and is open to anyone interested in the subject (does not have to be active in the lab). It can also be taken as a course [https://is.muni.cz/predmet/fi/pv173 PV173 NLP Lab Seminar] and earn three credits for active participation, including presentation of your results (achieved in NLP Center projects or on a relevant issue). The seminar is given in English. Presentations can be in English, Czech or Slovak.
     15The seminar is now held on '''Wednesdays at 10:00 in B203''' (Spring 2022) and is open to anyone interested in the subject (does not have to be active in the lab). It can also be taken as a course [https://is.muni.cz/predmet/fi/pv173 PV173 NLP Lab Seminar] and earn three credits for active participation, including presentation of your results (achieved in NLP Center projects or on a relevant issue). The seminar is given in English. Presentations can be in English, Czech or Slovak.
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    1717Selected presentations are also presented online at [https://cesnet.zoom.us/j/92417314815 authenticated ZOOM].
     
    2424=== Presentations offered: ===
    2525 * [https://www.leeds.ac.uk/arts/profile/125106/1011/serge_sharoff Serge Sharoff]: Reliable classification of web genres
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     27=== Seminar programme in the autumn semester 2021 === #seminar_podzim
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     29|| '''date''' || '''programme''' ||
     30{{{#!th rowspan=2
     31'''14.9.'''
     32}}}
     33|| seminar programme for this semester ||
     34|| Aleš Horák: [http://raslan2022.nlp-consulting.net RASLAN 2022] Call for Papers ||
     35{{{#!th rowspan=1
     36'''21.9.'''
     37}}}
     38|| ? ||
     39{{{#!th rowspan=1
     40'''5.10.'''
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     42|| ? ||
     43{{{#!th rowspan=1
     44'''12.10.'''
     45}}}
     46|| ? ||
     47{{{#!th rowspan=1
     48'''19.10.'''
     49}}}
     50|| ? ||
     51{{{#!th rowspan=1
     52'''26.10.'''
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     54|| ? ||
     55{{{#!th rowspan=1
     56'''2.11.'''
     57}}}
     58|| ? ||
     59{{{#!th rowspan=1
     60'''9.1.'''
     61}}}
     62|| ? ||
     63{{{#!th rowspan=1
     64'''16.11.'''
     65}}}
     66|| ? ||
     67{{{#!th rowspan=1
     68'''23.11.'''
     69}}}
     70|| ? ||
     71{{{#!th rowspan=1
     72'''30.11.'''
     73}}}
     74|| ? ||
     75{{{#!th rowspan=1
     76'''7.12.'''
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    2785=== Seminar programme in the spring semester 2021 === #seminar_jaro
     
    95153|| Greta Zella: TBA ||
    96154
    97 === Seminar programme in the autumn semester 2021 === #seminar_podzim
    98 
    99 || '''date''' || '''programme''' ||
    100 {{{#!th rowspan=2
    101 '''16.9.'''
    102 }}}
    103 || seminar programme for this semester ||
    104 || Aleš Horák: [http://raslan2021.nlp-consulting.net RASLAN 2021] Call for Papers ||
    105 {{{#!th rowspan=2
    106 '''23.9.'''
    107 }}}
    108 || Vít Novotný: [htdocs:seminar2021/VNovotny-Summer_NLP_Conferences.pdf SIGIR 2021 and RANLP 2021] ||
    109 || Adam Rambousek: [http://nlp.fi.muni.cz/projects/ahisto AHISTO project] ||
    110 {{{#!th rowspan=1
    111 '''30.9.'''
    112 }}}
    113 || Michaela Denisová: Crosslingual embedding models ||
    114 {{{#!th rowspan=1
    115 '''7.10.'''
    116 }}}
    117 || Mikuláš Bankovič: Superresolution techniques for OCR ||
    118 {{{#!th rowspan=2
    119 '''14.10.'''
    120 }}}
    121 || Rastislav Papčo: Topic classificaton in web corpora ||
    122 || Edoardo Signoroni: Corpus alignment by machine translation techniques ||
    123 {{{#!th rowspan=1
    124 '''21.10.'''
    125 }}}
    126 || Dalibor Bačovský: Improving the Subword Model of fastText ||
    127 {{{#!th rowspan=2
    128 '''4.11.'''
    129 }}}
    130 || Ondřej Sotolář: Facebook conversations classification ||
    131 || Radoslav Sabol: Language identification and sentiment analysis for social network texts ||
    132 {{{#!th rowspan=2
    133 '''11.11.'''
    134 }}}
    135 || Tereza Vrabcová: Preparation of Parallel Corpora for Machine Translation ||
    136 || Adam Hájek: Automatic text summarization using GPT-2 ||
    137 {{{#!th rowspan=2
    138 '''18.11.'''
    139 }}}
    140 || Petr Zelina: Czech transformers ||
    141 || Samuel Špalek: Tokenizers: comparison of 'utok' and 'unitok' ||
    142 {{{#!th rowspan=2
    143 '''25.11.'''
    144 }}}
    145 || Marek Medveď: Answer Context in Question Answering ||
    146 || Kristína Němcová: Multimodal machine learning ||
    147 {{{#!th rowspan=2
    148 '''2.12.'''
    149 }}}
    150 || Tomáš Houfek: Information extraction from medical records ||
    151 || Daniel Krátký: Adding accents to Czech texts ||
    152 {{{#!th rowspan=1
    153 '''9.12.'''
    154 }}}
    155 || Krištof Anetta, Mahmut Arslan: Electronic health records processing ||
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