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ARG-tech secures new DSTL funding

We’re excited to announce that we’ve been successful in a recent Defence and Security Accelerator programme run by the Defence Science & Technology Laboratory. The way that an individual engages in dialogue is as unique to them as their fingerprint. So can we automatically identify individuals from their discourse behaviour? This is the idea now […]

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Members of the Centre are delighted to have been able to contribute to tutorials not only at both IJCAI 2016 in New York and, a couple of weeks later, at ACL 2016 in Berlin, but also, the following year, at ESSLLI 2017 in Toulouse. Katarzyna Budzynska delivered a tutorial on Argument Mining at IJCAI 2016 […]

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The Centre for Argument Technology has just won £700k from EPSRC towards a £1.1m project focusing on Argument Mining in partnership with IBM and a local SME. The project will run for four years until the end of 2019 and will have several new posts associated with it, the advertisements for which are now available. […]

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OVA provides a drag-and-drop interface for analysing textual arguments. It is reminiscent of a streamlined Araucaria, except that it is designed to work with web pages, and in a browser rather than requiring local installation. It also natively handles AIF structures, and supports real-time collaborative analysis. The public release of OVA2 is now available, and a user […]

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