Members of poltextLAB attended a conference of the COMPTEXT international text mining network in Glasgow from 12 to 13 May.
At the COMPTEXT conference, poltextLAB's research was presented at the following presentations:
Miklós Sebők - Amnon Cavari - Ákos Máté:
Assessing the Policy Agenda of U.S. Presidential Speeches - A Sentence-Level Deep Learning Approach
Ákos Máté - Miklós Sebők - Ádám Feldmann:
The last frontier for automated classification in comparative politics? Using multilanguage large language models
Tipping the scales: A text mining analysis concerning the effects of government influence on online media in Hungary
The conference program is available here.