Bilingual minds, bilingual machines

The purpose of this summer school is to bring together computer scientists designing automated translators and language recognition systems, and psychologists investigating early and late bilingualism, modelling the bilingual mental lexicon, from semantics to phonology. The school would be a unique opportunity for computer scientists and psychologists and to engage over common issues. How can we model bilingual processing? How are two phonologies represented? How is meaning related from word forms? How far can meanings be shared between languages in the human mind and in machines?

Event dates: 24 - 30 June, 2013