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Department of Computer and Information Science


Computational Lingustic Creativity

Computational linguistic creativity can be aimed at creating systems that either are creative themselves (e.g., generate poetry, write lyrics to music, produce analogies or metaphors; or chatterbots), or try to understand creativity (e.g., identify sarcasm, understand humour or interpret rhymes), or support humans in creative processes (such as PhotoShop in the image domain), or evaluate creativity.

A master thesis project in the field could concentrate on one or several of these different aspects of computational linguistic creativity (e.g., generate and evaluate computational poetry, or translate on-line jokes between two languages).


Björn Gambäck Björn Gambäck
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