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ALMAnaCH project-team

Inria Paris' NLP research team

Research in Artificial Intelligence bringing together Natural Language Processing and Computational Humanities.
Research in Artificial Intelligence bringing together Natural Language Processing and Computational Humanities.
News
11 Feb 2021
Cap'FALC conference
Inria Paris, Unapei and Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research present Cap'FALC, a project aiming to improve information accessibility for people with intellectual disabilities by developing a new digital tool to help produce more content in FALC (“Facile à Lire et à Comprendre”, i.e. Easy to Read and Understand). [The event will be held in French]
1 Feb 2021
🤝 Thibault Charmet just joined ALMAnaCH as a research engineer
He will work in collaboration with the Cour de Cassation on tools for improving jurisprudence consistency, as part of the IA Lab, an initiative within DINUM (the Direction of Digital Affairs attached to the French Prime Minister) whose goal is to help the State's public administrations to benefit from the recent advances in AI.
13 Jan 2021
New ALMAnaCH website launched!
19 Nov 2020
Article on the collaboration between ALMAnaCH and the Winespace start-up on Inria's website
16 Nov 2020
📣 Benoît Sagot at "France Is AI"
Benoît Sagot was invited as a panellist with François Yvon at "France Is AI", France's biggest event in Artificial Intelligence.
1 Nov 2020
🥂 Benoît Sagot promoted to "Directeur de Recherches"
1 Nov 2020
🤝 Rachel Bawden just joined ALMAnaCH as an Inria “Chargée de Recherches”
She will be working on machine translation and multilingual NLP.
1 Nov 2020
🤝 Arij Riabi just joined ALMAnaCH as a research engineer
Within the framework of Benoît Sagot's PRAIRIE chair, she will be working on NLP for low-resource, non-standardised language varieties, especially North-African dialectal Arabic written using the Latin script (Arabizi)
1 Nov 2020
🤝 Lucas Terriel just joined ALMAnaCH as a research engineer
Witin the EHRI, DAHN and NER4archives projects, he will work at the interface between NLP and Digital Humanities for archival documents, with a focus on named entity recognition in finding aids.
8 Oct 2020
🎓 Jack Bowers's PhD defence
Jack Bowers defended his PhD thesis, supervised by Laurent Romary, on language documentation and standards in digital humanities, and more precisely on the use of the TEI to document Mixtepec-Mixtec.
1 Oct 2020
🎓 Mohamed Khemakhem's PhD defence
Mohamed Khemakhem defended his PhD thesis, supervised by Laurent Romary, on standard-based lexical models for the automatic structuration of electronic dictionnaries
1 Sep 2020
🤝 Yves Tadjo just joined ALMAnaCH as a research engineer
Within the DAHN project, he will develop tools for digital humanities for archival documents.
15 Jul 2020
🎓 Loïc Grobol's PhD defence
Loïc Grobol defended his PhD thesis, supervised by Isabelle Tellier†, Frédéric Landragin, Marco Dinarelli and Éric de la Clergerie, on coreference resolution for French.
25 May 2020
Article on the Cap'FALC initiative on Inria's website
Cap'FALC is an initiative involving FAIR (Facebook) and UNAPEI. Its goal is to develop a text simplification algorithm and an accessible tool to aid the production of FALC (the French equivalent of “Easy read”) for people with mental disabilities
4 May 2020
Laurent Romary interviewed on Inria's website
19 Nov 2019
📰 French national radio station France Culture speaks about CamemBERT
18 Nov 2019
📰 The French newspaper Le Monde publishes a paper on CamemBERT
1 Jul 2019
ALMAnaCH is now an Inria project-team
1 Jan 2017
Creation of ALMAnaCH as an Inria team