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Ramon Ruiz-Dolz

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Ramon is a Lecturer at the Centre for Argument Technology. He obtained his degree in Computer Science and MSc in Artificial Intelligence from the Universitat Politècnica de València in 2018 and 2019 respectively. Since then, he has been studying for a PhD titled “Computational Argumentation for the Automatic Analysis of Human Argumentation and Computational Persuasion”, investigating the existing synergies between NLP algorithms, formal computational argumentation theory, and user modeling for HCI. After a 6-month research stay at the National Institute of Informatics in Tokyo, where he worked on cross-lingual and cross-domain argument mining, he joined ARG-tech to advance his research in computational argumentation.

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