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Apr 23 2020 | Stanford University Libraries | Posted In: Announcement
Stanford Text Technologies and Stanford University Libraries is pleased to host Lisa Fagin Davis's online seminar on 'Fragments and Fragmentology in the Twenty-First Century'. This follows Bill Endres's seminar on manipulating digital images for the retrieval of lost text. Our series will continue...
Jan 7 2020 | Stanford University Libraries | Posted In: Announcement
Stanford Libraries and Stanford Text Technologies are pleased to host a public symposium exploring the magnificent art of manuscript illuminators, working in the context of liturgical choirbooks, from a variety of perspectives and featuring Stanford faculty, students, and curators.
Jan 7 2020 | Stanford University Libraries | Posted In: Announcement
Stanford Libraries and Stanford Text Technologies are pleased to host a public symposium exploring the magnificent art of manuscript illuminators, working in the context of liturgical choirbooks, from a variety of perspectives and featuring Stanford faculty, students, and curators.
Jan 16 2019 | Posted In: Announcement
Come and join our brainstorming workshop on December 10th 2019, from 10am to 4pm! In "Uncertainty in AI Situations", we'll focus on ambiguity and uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence through a humanistic lens. We'll consider how literary techniques like satire and irony work to see if our...
Oct 20 2018 | Posted In: Announcement
Mateusz Fafinski is Text Technologies' newest Fellow. His postdoctoral work for us focuses on the innovative 'CyberText' Project, funded by Stanford's Cyber Initiative, and aiming to prove that patterns determinable from historic text technologies can be used to predict the form and success of...

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