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Murderer at Large: Why They Kill? The first impression that comes to mind when we talk about “serial killer” is normally a male Caucasian. The intuition is actually right according to Statista.com Top two areas as home to serial killers are the US and England. https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/countries-that-have-produced-the-most-serial-killers.html Jack the Ripper is always a legend Besides the […]
Back to the workshop page Dawud Hage: QA in petal search: challenges, opportunities and future directions Abstract Modern search engines need to better understand what users are looking for rather than being a simple index of webpages. For the information seeking need, question answering plays an important role in fullfilling this need. In this talk […]
In the age of declining individualism and categorical identification, Rooney’s Normal People supposes that the answer to the question of contemporary identity lies in an intersubjectivity which may only exist in the intimate relation between two people. While other authors we’ve discussed focus more on the relation of society to self, Rooney identifies[1] the plane […]
In all I think that the Open Learning Fair at ESW went really well; there were a lot of people there to participate, and each different workshop seemed to be well attended. Each member of the CAT course participated in a number of different workshops, and both ESW and ECA staff also joined in. We […]
Dec 6, 2021
This release constitutes 2 weeks of changes rather than the usual 1 so appears somewhat larger than normal. Having said that, there are no individual changes which we expect to have a particularly big impact. Here are all the details… Dec 6, 2021
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