Machine translation, no match for humans: machines translate words, humans the underlying message
Machine translation engines are a good tool, but they are unable to break down language barriers. In the development of machine translation, the...
“If we don't let go of the consumer society, the climate crisis is unsolvable”
According to Thomas Wallgren, professor of philosophy, Wittgenstein’s later philosophy can promote the development of global democracy.
Interaction research solves linguistic problems in professional life
Employers’ requirements for Finnish language proficiency and the skills of suitable employees do not always match. Salla Kurhila, professor of...
The Nordic brand replaced the welfare state – did politics disappear from the Nordic model?
The construction of the Nordic social model began in the 1930s under the leadership of the Social Democrats. But as of the 1990s the Nordic...
The Sixth Jarl Gallén Prize is awarded to Professor Stephen Mitchell of Harvard University
The Jarl Gallén Prize is awarded once every three years to a medievalist whose research is focused on Northern Europe. The prize was created by...
Digitalisation is transforming historical research – and history itself
As the materials, tools and methods available for use change, researchers must learn to ask new kinds of questions and argue in new ways.
Research assessment at the Faculty of Arts
The results of the assessment of research at the University of Helsinki were published on 18 September.
A Guest Lecture: The Origins of Sedentism in Anatolia and Göbeklitepe by Professor Necmi Karul
The Faculty of Arts, together with the Department of Cultures / Archaeology, invites to a tea reception (from 15:30) followed by a public...