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Call KB researcher-in-Residence

Are you a researcher working with or interested in the digital collections of the National Library of the Netherlands (KB)? The KB is seeking proposals for its fully paid Researcher-in-Residence program in 2022. This program offers a unique chance for early career researchers of all disciplines to work in the library with the Digital Scholarship…

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New HAI Call out now!

The HAI Call is the fourth call for projects to be funded by HAI (Human-centered Artificial Intelligence). The projects resulting from this call will be accommodated by the existing SIGs. This is the first call where it is also possible to request up to €8000 for compensation for teaching and administrative tasks to write a…

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New source material now available via I-Analyzer

A new corpus consisting of the annual reports (1957 – 2008) of 304 companies are now available via I-Analyzer, the online text- and datamining application of the Digital Humanities Lab. The reports are offered in two categories: financial- and non-financial companies. You can log in with your Solis ID or create your own account. The source material is archived…

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Developer and web developer vacancies at CDH

Do you want to work as a (web)developer in the midst of the latest developments in the field of Digital Humanities (DH)? The Centre for Digital Humanities (CDH) is looking for a DH developer and a DH web developer. Find more info here (the vacancies are in Dutch): Ontwikkelaar Digital Humanities (0,6 – 1,0 fte)…

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AI Labs – call to action

Utrecht University encourages more collaborative, transdisciplinary, long-term and sustainable research projects with public and private organisations. With the start of the AI Labs, we aim to provide external parties and sectors with the means to address their (societal) challenges through AI and Data Science research and techniques, and to collaborate with interdisciplinary science teams at Utrecht University.

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Call for papers, CHR2021

The Computational Humanities Research (CHR) community is an international and interdisciplinary community that supports researchers with an interest in computational approaches to the humanities. The 2021 edition of the Computational Humanities Research conference will be an online event. Read more

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Presentatie: Introductie Digital Humanities Lab

Dankzij de grootscheepse digitalisering van bronnen gedurende de laatste twee decennia is Digital Humanities ook in Nederland inmiddels een bloeiende discipline geworden. Om onderzoek op het terrein van Digital Humanities te bevorderen, is in januari 2014 het Digital Humanities Lab van de Universiteit Utrecht opgericht.

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Lecture Text classification of book reviews by Berit Janssen

This presentation gives an introduction to text mining with Python, and will specifically focus on text classification in the DIOPTRA-L corpus of Goodreads book reviews: can we predict the age category for which a book was written, based on its review? Can we predict the reviewed book’s genre? How well do state-of-the-art sentiment analysis models…

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Opening of the Living Lab Digital Humanities

The Living Lab Digital Humanities is a physical “workshop” for digital research and education. Researchers, teachers, data experts and software experts can meet, collaborate and exchange knowledge here. The Living Lab also provides opportunities for training and workshops. We want the Living Lab to be a lively meeting place, where people with different expertise come…

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