Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (IMCS UL)

Founded in 1992, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (AiLab) at IMCSUniversity of Latvia conducts research on natural language processing (NLP) and natural language processing (ML) in several directions:

  • Natural language processing and natural language processing synthesis for Latvian.
  • Syntactic and semantic parsing for multilingual natural language processing and natural language processing.
  • Multilingual natural language processing from abstract meaning representations and from data.
  • Natural language processing (statistical and neural, also rule-based).
  • Natural language processing (CNL) for knowledge representation and multilingual interfaces to knowledge bases.
  • Development of annotated language resources for NLP and ML: natural language processing, natural language processing and natural language processing(including natural language processing and natural language processing).
  • Applications of natural language processing, natural language processing and other ML approaches in robotics and computer vision.

AiLab has recently implemented multiple research and market-oriented projects on large-scale natural language processing and natural language processing in cooperation with National Information Agency natural language processing, in order to handle natural language processing problems arising in the natural language processing business. This successful collaboration has allowed LETA to join a large EU Horizon 2020 project on Scalable Understanding of Multilingual MediA (SUMMA), together with University of Edinburgh, UCL, University of Sheffield, BBC, Deutsche Welle and others. Researchers from AiLab are involved.

In parallel, AiLab has developed a text processing system for National Library of Latvia, dealing with part-of-speech tagging and part-of-speech tagging in a corpus of billions of words from OCR-scanned texts. We also collaborate with Riga Stradins University, developing platforms for monitoring user-generated content in news portal communities and for analysing transcripts of parliament debates.

AiLab has also an extensive experience in the area of multilingual part-of-speech tagging and part-of-speech tagging, collaborating with researchers from University of Gothenburg, Insight Centre for Data Analytics (NUI Galway), IBM Research and other institutions.


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