Digitalisation of the archival research on the Holocaust.
Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities.
Privacy-first situational awareness platform for violent terrorism and crime prediction, counter-radicalisation and citizen protection.
Context-aware parsing and machine translation of user-generated content.
Computational exploitation of Henri Basnage de Beauval’s (1701) encyclopaedic dictionary.
Multi-word expressions in parsing.
Digital study of remuneration and time budget textile trades in XVIIIth and XIXth century France.
An institute for interdisciplinary research and education in Artificial Intelligence, foudned by 5 academic an 16 industrial members.
Development of a text simplification algorithm and an accessible tool to ease the production of FALC (the French equivalent of “Easy read”).
Development of a platform for the transcription, reading and automatic analysis of notarial deeds present in the National Archives.
Digitalisation and computational exploitation of archives of historical interest.
Named entity recognition for finding aids in XML-EAD, a standard for encoding descriptive information regarding archival records.
Empirical foundations of linguistics, including computational linguistics and natural language processing.
Linguistic issues in language technology.
Very large research infrastructure (TGIR) aimed at facilitating the digitalisation of humanities and social sciences.
The Domaine d’intérêt majeur (DIM) Heritage and ancient materials is the Île-de-France research network dedicated to the study of ancient and patrimonial materials.
Digitalisation and exploitation of the early editions of the Petit Larousse dictionary.
The Universal Dependencies project is an open community effort with over 300 contributors producing nearly 200 treebanks in over 100 languages.
Informal international research collaboration on very large language models.