Andreas Witt and Darja Fišer on “CLARIN. The Infrastructure for Language Resources”

Andreas Witt and Darja Fišer on “CLARIN. The Infrastructure for Language Resources”

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Digital humanities are a hot topic nowadays, but what about
digital linguistics? How can digital language data be used in
other areas of research? To tackle these complex questions, we
invited Prof. Andreas Witt and Dr. Darja Fišer to talk to us
about De Gruyter’s new series “Digital Linguistics” and its first
volume “CLARIN. The Infrastructure for Language Resources,” which
the two co-edited.


Andreas Witt is Professor of Computational Humanities and Text
Technologies at the University of Mannheim and heads the
department of Digital Linguistics at the Leibniz Institute for
the German Language in Mannheim. Furthermore, he is the series
editor of “Digital Linguistics”.


Darja Fišer is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Arts,
University of Ljubljana and Senior Research Fellow at the
Department of Knowledge Technologies, Jožef Stefan Institute,
Ljubljana. She has recently been appointed CLARIN Vice Executive
Director.


With De Gruyter Acquisitions Editor Svetoslava Antonova Baumann,
they talked about their motivation for publishing the book, the
use of language data outside of linguistics, as well as the
importance of the diversity of languages and language resources
for the digital humanities.





Link to the book
https://www.degruyter.com/document/isbn/9783110767377/html


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