From July 10 to July 14 the members of the Lab attended the 13th Biennial Conference of the International Association of Forensic Linguists (IAFL) that was held at the University of Porto, Portugal. This event that we feel privileged to have been part of brought together forensic linguists from all around the world at the Faculty of Arts that was a comfortable setting for meeting respectable colleagues and having lots of wonderful discussions.
Paolo Rosso, world-wide known scientist, Professor of Technical University of Valencia, Spain, has visited our Lab. See details and interview with Paolo at http://en.rusprofilinglab.ru/paolo-rosso-it-s-about-sharing-useful-things-we-do.
Training corpus for PAN RusProfiling shared task (Scopus indexed publication) is ready for participants!
See for details http://en.rusprofilinglab.ru/rusprofiling-at-pan/korpus.
Russian Deception Bank Сorpus, a first corpus of written texts for Slavic languages specially designed for text-based deception detection studies, is available on our website!
We introduce new corpus of Russian written texts RusNeuroPsych with rich metadata including data on the individual profile of the lateral organization of brain functions (motor, sensory, cognitive) of their authors. To the best our knowledge, this is a first corpus which contains metadata of this type.