An open event for people engaged with or interested in Digital Humanities research. Including but not limited to research exploring data, machine learning, digital content, critical theory, gender and technology, software studies, data, distant reading, technoculture, digital methods, computational humanities, open platforms, AI, social media, platforms, automation. To explore what matters, what’s interesting, and what is to be done!
Orietta Da Rold, Caroline Bassett, Ryan Heuser
Supported by Cambridge Digital Humanities (CDH)