Imagine your GPS could see. To answer the question "Do I turn there where that big tree is?", a camera is not enough; the GPS needs to connect what you say to the portion of reality that surrounds your car. AMORE enables machines to connect language to reality, and seeks an understanding of how people make this connection when they talk. The project thus explores the phenomenon of reference in natural language via computational modeling experiments, and we are particularly interested in the interaction of language with conceptual knowledge, on the one hand, and the extralinguistic context, on the other.

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Our artist in residency, Kate Aspinall, arrived in Barcelona and started the work on the project

Our artist in residency, Kate Aspinall, arrived in Barcelona and started the work on the project

17.04.2018
Our artist in residency, Kate Aspinall arrived in Barcelona and started the work related to AMORE through the VERTIGO STARTS program.

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European Research Council   Horizon 2020

This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC)
under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
(grant agreement No 715154).