Category: The Team
nnanno: a tool to help work with Newspaper Navigator images
July 9, 2021 | Written by Daniel van Strien
Newspapers are a visual medium, communicating not only through text but also through visual information, including...
What could be the digital humanities' Hugging Face?
June 10, 2021 | Written by Kaspar Beelen
We asked digital humanities (DH) researchers which computational resources would (if available) accelerate their...
New Article: Maps of a Nation
May 17, 2021 | Written by Katherine McDonough
We have published a new Open Access article in the Journal of Victorian Culture about using Computer Vision with...
Press Picker code published
March 8, 2021 | Written by Olivia Vane
We are very pleased to share the code for ‘Press Picker’, our interactive data visualisation tool for newspaper...
Computer Vision for Digital Heritage SIG
December 18, 2020 | Written by Katherine McDonough
New Special Interest Group at The Alan Turing Institute We’re very pleased to announce that four Living with...
Historical Hypothesis Generation (‘HypGen’)
November 26, 2020 | Written by Daniel Wilson
Historians usually come up with a question they want to answer by themselves, so how can a multi-disciplinary team of...
Using hack days to explore maps at scale
September 18, 2020 | Written by Daniel van Strien
This two part blog post is accompanied by a set of map hack day example notebooks on GitHub. When Living with Machines...
Introducing… Federico Nanni
July 3, 2020 | Written by Federico Nanni
What’s your name? Federico Nanni What’s your background? Up until 2013, I was a traditionally-trained historian...
Introducing… Sarah Gibson
May 29, 2020 | Written by Sarah Gibson
What’s your name? Sarah Gibson What’s your background? I hold a PhD in Astrophysics which is where I first...
Highlighting Authors’ Contributions and Interdisciplinary Collaborations in Living with Machines
May 26, 2020 | Written by Federico Nanni
We have recently uploaded a new paper to arXiv, an open-access repository of academic preprints. In that article, we...
Running a remote workshop via a Zoom video call: some quick lessons learnt
May 7, 2020 | Written by Mia Ridge
Some lessons learnt from running an interactive mini-workshop with breakout rooms in Zoom
How to participate in an online conference, or being in Lausanne while being in your dining room
April 28, 2020 | Written by Giorgia Tolfo
We are living in unprecedented times. Due to the COVID-19 emergency many of us had to rethink the way we work, the way...
Code and Coffee 💻☕️
January 27, 2020 | Written by Daniel van Strien
Alongside our deep learning reading group, we have introduced ‘Code and Coffee’. These sessions – as...
Introducing… Maja Maricevic
October 29, 2019 | Written by Maja Maricevic
Find out what opportunities and challenges Co-Investigator Maja Maricevic thinks lie ahead of the project
Living with Machines at Digital Humanities 2019
June 28, 2019 | Written by Mia Ridge
We are honoured to have had two panel proposals accepted for the Digital Humanities 2019 (DH2019) conference in Utrecht...
Introducing… Olivia Vane
June 26, 2019 | Written by Olivia Vane
What’s your name? Olivia Vane What’s your background? Prior to ‘Living with Machines’ I was working...
Introducing … Rosa Filgueira
June 20, 2019 | Written by Rosa Filgueira
What’s your name? Rosa What’s your background? I’m a Computer Scientist with a background in High Performance and...
Introducing… David Beavan
June 14, 2019 | Written by David Beavan
What’s your name?David Beavan (you can call me Dave) What’s your background?I’m a Digital Humanaut, software...
Introducing… Yann Ryan
May 24, 2019 | Written by Yann Ryan
What’s your name? Yann Ryan What’s your background? I completed a B.A. and M.A. in History at the University of...