International Conferences

2022: The Language of Mathematics: Epistemological Consequences of the Application of Neural Models to Mathematical Knowledge.
PhilML, Philosophy of Science Meets Machine Learning, Tübingen, Germany. Oct. Paper accepted, presentation cancelled due to research stay abroad. 
2022: Mathematics as Natural Language: Principles, Consequences and Challenges of the Application of NLP Models to the Treatment of Mathematical Knowledge.
CiE2022, Computability in Europe 2022, Swansea, UK. July. 
2020: Mathematical Language Processing: A conceptual and technical framework for the automatic treatment of mathematical texts.
APMP2020, 5th International Meeting of the Association of Philosophy of Mathematical Practices, Zurich, Switzerland. Feb. 
2019: An alternative logical approach to machine learning.
HaPoC2019, 5th International Conference on the History and Philosophy of Computing, Bergamo, Italy. Oct.
Lectures and Invited Talks

2023: The Language of Mathematics: Epistemological Consequences of applying AI methods to Mathematics Research Seminar.
Cohn Institue for the History of Science and Ideas, Israel. April. 
2023: Peeking into the AI Language Modeling Black Box. Lunch Seminar
Department of Philosophy, Carnegie Mellon University, USA. Feb. 
2023: Why Can Computers Understand Natural Language? Digital Theory Lab Seminar.
NYU, USA. Feb. 
2023: Neural Approaches to Mathematics. ITS Seminar.
ITS, The Graduate Center, CUNY, USA. Jan. 
2022: Content from Expressions: from Distributional Properties of Numerals to Arithmetical Content. OCIE Seminar in the History and Philosophy of Mathematics and Logic.
Chapman University, USA. Dec. 
2022: Some Ideas for a Distributional Approach to Arithmetical Content.
TDPhiMa3: Text Driven Approaches to the Philosophy of Mathematics 3. Universität Duisburg Essen, Germany. Sept. 
2022: Darings and Regrets: Crossed Perspectives Between Structuralism and Machine Learning.
Symposium “Facets of structural thinking. Reasons and methods of a rediscovery”. University of Liège, Belgium. April. 
2022: Modèles neuronaux et savoir mathématique: l’apprentissage du symbolique.
Workshop ÉPISTÉMOPÉRIA (ÉPISTÉMologie des OPÉRations de l’Intelligence Artificielle). University of FrancheComté, France. Fev. 
2021: Deep mathematics. The place of textuality in neural approaches to mathematical knowledge.
TDPhiMa2: Text Driven Approaches to the Philosophy of Mathematics 2. Universität Hamburg. Hamburg, Germany. Sept. 
2021: What do neural models tell us about the nature of language? Interactions between formal and computational linguistics.
ILFC Seminar, GDR LIFT. Paris, France. June. 
2020: The Logic of Language From the Distributional to the Structuralist Hypothesis through Types and Interaction.
SemioLog Seminar, Paris, France. Dec. 
2020: The Image of Language From the 19th Century to Our Days.
TCZ Interdisciplinary Seminar, Zurich, Switzerland. Sept. 
2019: La revanche connexionniste.
PhisIA Research Seminar (Philosophy, History and Sociology of Artificial Intelligence), Paris Diderot University, Paris, France. November.