Baskerville pushes the boundaries

In this case study, we hear from Christos Baziotis, from Edinburgh, who has been making use of Baskerville to enable his research in text generation using machine learning models.  I am a (3rd) final year Ph.D. candidate at the ILCC at the University of Edinburgh and a member of EdinburghNLP under the supervision of Barry Haddow and Alexandra Birch, in collaboration with Biao Zhang.  In … Continue reading “Baskerville pushes the boundaries”

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Bear on Tour! (Ole Jensen)

Our next researcher in the #BearonTour series is Professor Ole Jensen (ORCID ID), Co-Director of the Centre for Human Brain Health in the School of Psychology. Q1 – Tell me about your researchWe are using various kind of brain imaging tools to investigate the human brain in the context of clinical and cognitive neuroscience. My … Continue reading “Bear on Tour! (Ole Jensen)”

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Extended BEAR outage in April

Update 29/03/2023 Our contractors and Estates have confirmed the dates for the BEAR services shutdown, this will be from 9am on Friday 21st April until Tuesday 25th April at 5pm.  We are expecting to restore access to the Research Data Store and Virtual Machines (which run bear-hosted websites) on Monday 24th April but compute services, such as BlueBEAR and Baskerville, … Continue reading “Extended BEAR outage in April”