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How about Estonian<->English neural machine translation?, or automatic analysis and synthesis of Estonian? Maybe a huge Estonian text corpus with 1.5 billion words? Check out our online demos and resources.
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We are the natural language processing chair and research group of the computer science institute at the University of Tartu. We work on linguistic resources, semantic networks and representations, machine translation, syntax and morphology.
- It's time for students to start thinking about their thesis and pick a topic for it. Our list of possible topics is here, there may be more in the topic database. You can come and hear about them in person on Institute day on September 29.
- We are teaching two new masters-level courses this term: Natural Language Processing (Kairit) and Language and Image Processing (Eduard and Shahab). We also continue teaching Machine Translation, Artificial Intelligence and Syntactic Theories and Models