Symposium co-organisé par Nachum Dershowitz (Paris IAS), Gregory Kucherov (CNRS), Everardo Reyes Garcia (Paris 8) and Daniel Stökl Ben Ezra (EPHE), mardi 24 mai à l’Institut des études avancées :
Computational humanities is a new discipline, aiming to develop algorithmic tools for humanities research. It builds on the products of the digital humanities, which has as its stated goal the digital curating of primary and secondary source materials for humanities scholars.
This symposium in computational humanities brings together scholars of the humanities, computer scientists and media scientists. It is aimed at sharing and exploring new ideas in the analysis of language, texts and manuscripts, including their inter-relations and evolution, new ways of visualizing and preserving humanities data and research results, and new methods in algorithm development.
Plus d’informations et programme sur le site l’IEA.