8 June, 2023 - Miklós Sebők receives major new grant to apply artificial intelligence to the study of Central European policy agendas
A new Lendület research group will be established at the Centre for Social Sciences (CSS), Budapest, led by Miklós Sebők. The five-year project, funded with over EUR 560 000, is entitled: "The changing global relations of the Visegrad countries in times of war - An artificial intelligence-assisted comparative analysis".
26 May, 2023 - New article: Willingness of Participation in an Application-Based Digital Data Collection among Different Social Groups and Smartphone User Clusters
The article „Willingness of Participation in an Application-Based Digital Data Collection among Different Social Groups and Smartphone User Clusters” by Ákos Máté, Zsófia Rakovics, Szilvia Rudas, Levente Wallis, Bence Ságvári, Ákos Huszár and Júlia Koltai has been published in Sensors.
Our researchers attended a conference of the COMPTEXT international text mining network in Glasgow from 12 to 13 May.