Welcome to the Natural Language Processing Group

Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a subfield of AI, dealing with computational methods for understanding and generating speech and human-readable text. The NLP Group in the Institute of AI at Leibniz University Hannover conducts fundamental reseach across the whole spectrum of NLP, often in interdisciplinary contexts.

Among the main current research topics of the group are the computational analysis and synthesis of natural language argumentation, the detection and mitigation of social bias and media bias in text, and the construction of human-like feedback and explanations in educational and explainable artificial intelligence. The goal is to learn how intentions and views of people are reflected in natural language and how machines can understand and imitate this with NLP methods.

 

Research Focus

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Computational Argumentation
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Text Mining
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Computational Sociolinguistics (CSL)
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Educational and Explainable Artificial Intelligence

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