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CyCAT H2020 project for Algorithmic Transparency

We are happy to announce that the our group is now a partner in the CyCAT H2020 Project for next two years.  The main goal of the CyCAT is to address the emerging research problem of Algorithmic Transparency, and establish a network of researchers from European countries including Cyprus, England, Israel, Italy, and Scotland.

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Fausto's Talk- Pretoria (2018-06-27)

On 27th of June 2018, Prof. Fausto Giunchiglia from University of Trento is addressing a keynote on the topic: "One world - seven thousand languages". 

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Abdelhakim Fraihat's visit to Tshwane University of Technology- Pretoria (2018-10-01)

Abdelhakim Fraihat from University of Trento visited Tshwane University of Technology and conducted a five days research training workshop programme on the topic "Computational Linguistics: Lexical Semantics and Natural Language Processing."

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International workshop on Advances on Machine learning - Zhuhai (2018-05-26)

International workshop on Advances on Machine learning, Zhuhai (China), May 26, 2018. Fausto Giunchiglia presents the results of the 2017 Smart University project in Trento.

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DataScientia workshop - Trento (2016-05-11)

The aim of the workshop is to bring together professionals and practitioners from academic, business, and government communities from all over the world interested in exploring how diversity affects data and knowledge, and discuss about applications, supporting methodologies and tools. The event is the follow-up of the first two editions held in Bangalore and Trento in the context of the ITPAR project between Italy and India. The initiative is now attracting attention from a growing number of institutions world-wide.

The workshop is organized into sessions, each of them addressing one specific topic. Sessions will be interactive to discuss and agree about joint activities to be done together in the future, and possible joint projects.

The event is co-funded by the ITPAR project (Italy-India), the Department of Science and Technology (India), and the DISI department of the University of Trento (Italy) and it is sponsored by the “Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale” (Italy).

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DataScientia workshop - Bangalore (2013-11-18)

We organized our first KiDF workshop with a motto "Unity and Diversity".  Professors from various leading universities in India, China, Mongolia and Trento participated in the event. 

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AfriKiD workshop - Pretoria (2017-09)

We organized our first AfriKiD workshop with a motto "Unity and Diversity".  The event was organized by the Tshwane University of Technology. 

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DataScientia workshop - Trento (2017-03-29)

The aim of the workshop is to bring together professionals and practitioners from academic, business, and government communities from all over the world interested in exploring how diversity affects data and knowledge, and discuss applications, supporting methodologies and tools. The event is the follow-up of the first three editions, held in Bangalore and Trento, in the context of the ITPAR project between Italy and India. The initiative is now attracting attention from a growing number of institutions world-wide. The workshop is organized into sessions, each of them addressing one specific topic. Sessions will be interactive to discuss and agree about joint activities to be done together in the future, and possible joint projects.We organized our third KiDF workshop with a motto "Unity and Diversity".  Professors from various leading universities in India, China, Mongolia and Trento participated in the event. 

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UKC workshop - Changchun (2014-10-12)

This talk will present our going work, started more than 6 years ago, whose goal is to enable data integration among data collected in different cities, about different but related topics, in different languages, thus enabling cross-language data management. The first part will present the theoretical foundations. The second part will discuss the concrete steps towards making this project concrete, namely the creation of a no-profit organization whose goal will be to enable interoperability among the different sites.