Dr Brian Nolan is (retired) Head of Informatics and Creative Digital Media at the Technological University, Dublin. He is a founding member of the Computational and Functional Linguistics Research Group. His linguistic work has been on functional-cognitive linguistic models, and his publications include The Structure of Modern Irish: A Functional Account (2012), Language Processing and Grammars (2014), Causation, Transfer and Permission (2015), and Argument Realisation in Complex Predicates and Complex Events (2017). Dr Elke Diedrichsen is a linguist based in Dublin. She has worked in several universities across Germany, and as a linguistic project manager in the IT industry in Dublin. She is an independent researcher and a member of the Computational and Functional Linguistics Research Group at the Technological University, Dublin. She has published extensively on functional linguistics, constructions as grammatical objects, NLP, and pragmatics.