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Barbara interviews Emmanuel Cartier about his project Neoveille ( on neologism tracking.

Barbara McGillivray interviews computational linguist Emmanuel Cartier about his project Neoveille on neologism tracking.

Emmanuel Cartier is Assistant professor at the University of Paris 13.

The video is primarily about the Neoveille project, which explores how new words and meanings are detected from a range of global languages.

Further reading

Cartier, E. (2017) ‘Neoveille, A Web Platform for Neologism Tracking’. in: Proceedings of the EACL 2017 Software Demonstrations. Valencia, Spain. 3-7 April 2017, 95-98. available from

Cartier E., Sablayrolles J.-F., Boutmgharine N., Humbley J., Bertocci M., Jacquet-Pfau C., Kübler N. et Tallarico G. (2018) ‘Détection Automatique, Description Linguistique et Suivi des Néologismes en Corpus: Point d’étape sur les Tendances du Français Contemporain’. Actes du Congrès Mondial de Linguistique Française, Mons (Belgique). held 9-13 Juillet 2018. available from

Cartier, E. (2019) ‘Neoveille, Plateforme de Détection, de Repérage et de Suivi des Néologismes en Onze Langues’. Neologica. available from

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