Dr Thomas Köntges (Leipzig University): “Digital Classics: Of Human-Computing and Machine …

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  • Date: Monday 17 August 2015, 11:00AM to 17 August 2015, 12:30PM
  • Location: Room 151, Psychology building, Ilam Campus

Thomas’ paper will showcase his current project and the ArXetype workflow, and discuss how a mix of machine-learning, citizen science, and well-structured citation schemes can help to wrangle the whole corpus of Latin and Ancient Greek literature. The talk will also give a short introduction to topic modelling in the Classics and how to model textual transmission lines.

This seminar is hosted by the UC Digital Humanities Programme.

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