Open science and data infrastructures can greatly support certain research areas in the humanities. The 2018 annual DARIAH meeting gathered a number of researchers, librarians, and other parties to discuss these topics in Paris. This blog post provides a summary and some highlights from the meeting.
The NewsEye project builds an automatic Research Assistant based on artificial intelligence. Research will benefit from the tools and possibilities of searching and browsing huge amounts of text material. Kick off meeting of the project was held in France in May.
Helsinki Centre for Digital humanities has organized hackathons since 2014. This year it lasted for eight days. Our reporter lived each moment of it with passion and shares his experiences in this blog. This is the abstract of the original post (in Finnish).
Kirjastolaistunut perinteinen filosofi-humanisti laittoi itsensä ihmiskokeeseen ja ilmoittautui Digital Humanities Hackathon (DHH) 2018 -tapahtumaan. Miten käy, kun uppoutuu suureen dataan kahdeksaksi päiväksi? Lue tästä!
In the opening post of the Think Open blog, Vice-Rector Jouko Väänänen and Associate Professor Mikko Tolonen discuss the themes of the new blog. This is the abstract of the original post (in Finnish).