We’ve now put together annotation guidelines that describe in detail how to annotate a subset of conventional implicatures (CIs) in Inference Anchoring Theory (IAT). The document can be accessed here.
@brianpluss Kasia Budzynska & Chris Reed gave a presentation on modeling questions in public arbitrations at #DGfS2018 @Uni_Stuttgart, 7-9 March. They also held the 2nd ADD-up project mtg with Annette Hautli-Janisz @unikonstanz & @__vgold__ @uniGoettingen https://t.co/tFEF7wd0NQ pic.twitter.com/Oojcx24s5p
— ARG-tech (@ARG_tech) March 14, 2018
The first ADD-up project meeting in Meersburg 21-25 Nov 2017. From left to right: Brian Pl√ºss, Annette Hautli-Janisz @unikonstanz, Valentin Gold @uniGoettingen, Chris Reed and Kasia Budzynska @dundeeuni (behind the camera). Find out more https://t.co/42e9MB4uWJ pic.twitter.com/z7j6bylw28
— ARG-tech (@ARG_tech) December 4, 2017
Brian Pl√ºss was part of the Argument Technology Team that the Centre for Argument Technology; at the University of Dundee, Scotland, assembled in order to to deliver a suite of argument technology to be piloted in conjunction with BBC programming: a special edition of the Moral Maze on the BBC Radio 4 broadcast at 8pm on 11 Oct 2017 and repeated on 14 Oct and a one-off TV debate hosted by Anne Robinson, broadcasted at 9pm on Monday 16 Oct on BBC2.¬†Annette Hautli-Janisz was part of the Argument Analytics Team. bbc.arg.tech gives more information on the project, for a look behind the scenes go here.
“Modelling Questions in Public Arbitrations with Inference Anchoring Theory”, with authors Brian Pl√ºss, Katarzyna Budzynska and Chris Reed, all University of Dundee, was accepted for presentation at the DGfS workshop “Why Indeed? Questions at the Interface of Theoretical and Computational Linguistics” in March 2018 in Stuttgart (co-organized by Annette Hautli-Janisz).