Join the new Machine Learning + Humanities Working Group for our second meeting of the semester on Wednesday, November 17. We’ll discuss the latest trends in research at the intersections of ML+Hum, and will look specifically at several projects including Machines Reading Maps from the Turing Institute and Newspaper Navigator from the Library of Congress.
Participants are also encouraged to browse the papers for the upcoming Computational Humanities Research conference.
The meeting will be moderated by Andrew Janco (Digital Scholarship Librarian, Haverford College) and Dan Friedman (COS)
We will meet 12:30–1:30 pm at the CDH on B Floor of Firestone and on Zoom.