Speaker: Dr. Ambuja Salgaonkar, Head, Dept of CS, University of Mumbai
23 April 2014 : Knowledge representation and its interpretation by machine are two important issues in the contemporary world of natural language processing. India has a great tradition of a time tested theories in this domain. Panini’s contributions have been recognized by the modern linguistic scholars including Chomsky. There have been attempts to translate Indian heritage models of Natural Language Processing for the modern computer purpose. Dr. Ambija gave an overview of the concepts and discussed contributions in this domain and avenues for further research. The event was jointly organised by IEEE Kochi Subsection, IEEE CS Kerala Chapter and CSI Cochin Chapter.