Seminar: Exploring Changes in Sensory Descriptions Over Time: A Frame-Based Approach to the Study of Smelling and Tasting • 27 February 2024

Event organised by the Computational Humanities research group. To register to the seminar, please fill in this form by Tuesday 20 February 2024. 27 February 2024 – 3pm GMT In person – King’s College London Remote – Via Microsoft Teams Teresa Paccosi (University of Trento / Fondazione Bruno Kessler), Exploring Changes in Sensory Descriptions Over Time: A Frame-Based …

Seminar: Large language models show human-like content biases in transmission chain experiments • 20 March 2024

Event organised by the Computational Humanities research group. To register to the seminar and obtain the link to the call, please fill in this form by Monday 18 March 2024. 20 March 2024 – 12pm GMT Remote – Via Microsoft Teams Alberto Acerbi (University of Trento), Large language models show human-like content biases in transmission chain experiments Abstract …

Daniele Quercia, Empowering Cities: Health, Culture, Knowledge, and Resiliency • 31 January 2024

Event organised by the Computational Humanities research group. To register to the seminar and obtain the link to the call, please fill in this form by Monday 29 January 2024. 31 January 2024 – 5pm GMT In person – King’s College London, Bush House Lecture Theatre 3 BH(NE)0.01 Remote – Microsoft Teams Daniele Quercia (Nokia Bell Labs / …

Seminar: Studying Temporal Changes in Long-Term Audiovisual Data • 13 February 2024

Event organised by the Computational Humanities research group To register to the seminar and obtain the link to the call, please fill in this form by Friday 9 February 2024. 13 February 2024 – 3pm GMT Remote – Microsoft Teams Mila Oiva (Tallinn University, Estonia), Studying Temporal Changes in Long-Term Audiovisual Data Abstract Digitized audiovisual heritage data is seldomly …

Seminar: Experiments with stylometric distant reading too many books, or is there evolution in literature, or what happens to target language in translation, or what is poetry, and many other things • 28 November 2023

Event organised by the Computational Humanities research group To register to the seminar and obtain the link to the call, please fill in this form. 28 November 2023 – 3pm GMT King’s College London (in person) and MSTeams (remote) Jan Rybicki (Jagiellonian University of Kraków, Poland), Experiments with stylometric distant reading too many books, or is there evolution …

Seminar: Using AI to broaden access to historical archives• 21 November 2023

Event organised by the Computational Humanities research group To register to the seminar and obtain the link to the call, please fill in this form. 21 November 2023 – 3pm GMT Remote – Microsoft Teams Giovanni Colavizza (University of Bologna, Italy), Using AI to broaden access to historical archives Abstract Artificial Intelligence (AI) is crucial in …

Seminar: A digital journeying around • 12 September 2023

Event organised by the Computational Humanities research group To register for the event, please fill in the following form: https://forms.gle/YT5k2Pqxv2DKNY6b6. 12 September 2023 – 3pm BST King’s College London, Bush House (SE) 1.03, (in person) and MSTeams (remote) Elton Barker (The Open University, United Kingdom), A digital journeying around Abstract Writing in the second century CE, …

High-dimensional cinema • 6 July 2023

Join this panel and discover how Artificial Intelligence and related technologies are reshaping the production and understanding of audiovisual culture.  

Seminar: Museums online: defining and evaluating success • 5 June 2023

Event organised by the Computational Humanities research group 5 June 2023 King’s College London, Bush House NE 2.01, 2 pm (in person only) Ellen Charlesworth (Durham University, United Kingdom), Museums online: defining and evaluating success Abstract During the COVID-19 national lockdowns, there was a significant increase in the amount of content UK museums uploaded online. By …