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Enrique Manjavacas

Symposium: Instrumental Shifts

Friday, 29 March

Enrique Manjavacas is a PhD student in Computational Linguistics at the University of Antwerp. His research focuses on the field of language generation in literary text and the use generative models for morphosyntactic tagging and information retrieval in the domain of historical languages. In his talk, he will explore current methods and research on text generation with artistic purposes, zeroing in on the Language Modeling algorithm and the use of artificial neural networks to generate hip-hop lyrics.

Instrumental Shifts Symposium

Taking place on Friday, 29 March, the Instrumental Shifts Symposium will explore new frontiers of computer science, music, and future technologies and is organised by The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision RE:VIVE initiative in collaboration with Rewire and hosted by West Den Haag. Admission is free, but registration is required.

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