Boosted from: Christof Schöch
Interesting! Very substantial blog post on #DH methods and digital resources for the early colonial history of Hong Kong: "Digital Humanities Approaches to Navigating the Early Colonial Hong Kong History" by Eric H. C. Chow and Ryan Iu: https://digitalorientalist.com/2024/02/02/digital-humanities-approaches-to-navigating-the-early-colonial-hong-kong-history/ #HongKong #DigitalHumanities #DigitalHistory
Boosted from: King's Digital Lab
We're excited to announce our involvement in the iREAL: inclusive requirements elicitation for AI in libraries to support respectful management of indigenous knowledges project, part of the #ukri £100m funding boost in AI research to propel transformative innovations that was just revealed. iREAL is funded through BRAID - the Bridging Responsible AI Divides programme. Our institutional partners are #universityofglasgow #universityoftechnologysydney and @dpc_chat
Published by: James Smithies
@mia @electricarchaeo Yes, thanks for sharing! I’ll have a play at the weekend. The reference to OCR is interesting. I’ve been trying to clean Google Books (via Hathi Trust) OCR to use as a RAG source recently, and found Microsoft’s Azure ‘AI’ ‘docum...
Boosted from: Shawn Graham
@mia @jamessmithies you might find this interesting; my attempts to create a translation layer on top of the Chronicling America api. That is to say, translate from the question in your head into the syntax of the api a few different ways, retrieve the results, and report back. https://colab.research.google.com/drive/1c8ojiPuD6EvvengQCh2WmHuafrO8OaQT?usp=sharing