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Welcome to the workshop
Computer Vision in
Digital Humanities
http://bit.ly/cvindhworkshop
#AVinDH
• Mailinglist
• Lunchmeeting this Wednesday
12.30-1.30, Leacock 232
• Join the Steering Committee?
Workshop Aims
This workshop will focus on how computer vision can be
applied within the realm of Audiovisual Materials in ...
Workshop Aims
• What are state-of-art techniques in computer vision?
• What are possibilities and challenges in the applic...
Workshop Organisers
Matthew Lincoln
Getty Research Institute
Mark Williams
Darthmouth College
Benoit Sequin
École Polytech...
Program Committee
Prof dr. Franciska de Jong (chair)
CLARIN / University Utrecht
Prof.dr. Andrew Zisserman
University of O...
Program
Program
Program
Program
Lightning Talks
ImagebyLeszekLeszcynzski
• Anything you want to share
• 5 minutes max
• All info at:
http://bit.ly/cvindhl...
Full Program workshop:
bit.ly/cvindhworkshop
Contribute to Collaborative Minutes
http://bit.ly/cvindhminutes
Information o...
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Slides as presented during the opening of the workshop 'Computer Vision in Digital Humanities' during the DH2017 conference in Montreal, Canada, 7 August 2017.

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Introduction slides workshop Computer Vision in Digital Humanities

  1. 1. Welcome to the workshop Computer Vision in Digital Humanities http://bit.ly/cvindhworkshop #AVinDH
  2. 2. • Mailinglist • Lunchmeeting this Wednesday 12.30-1.30, Leacock 232 • Join the Steering Committee?
  3. 3. Workshop Aims This workshop will focus on how computer vision can be applied within the realm of Audiovisual Materials in Digital Humanities. During the workshop, attendees will both present (ongoing) work on applying computer vision and experiment with computer vision in a hands-on session
  4. 4. Workshop Aims • What are state-of-art techniques in computer vision? • What are possibilities and challenges in the application of computer vision in Digital Humanities research? • How can non-expert researchers employ computer vision? • How can cooperation between Humanities researchers and computer vision experts be improved so both can benefit of each other's expertise?
  5. 5. Workshop Organisers Matthew Lincoln Getty Research Institute Mark Williams Darthmouth College Benoit Sequin École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, (EPFL) Martijn Kleppe National Library of the Netherlands (KB) Thomas Smits Radboud University Melvin Wevers Utrecht University
  6. 6. Program Committee Prof dr. Franciska de Jong (chair) CLARIN / University Utrecht Prof.dr. Andrew Zisserman University of Oxford, US Dr. Doug Reside New York Public Library, US Hans Brandhorst Editor Iconclass, NL Dr. Jakob Verbeek INRIA, France Dr. Marianne Ping Huang University of Aarhus, Denmark Prof.dr. Remco Veltkamp University Utrecht, NL Prof.dr. Tinne Tuytelaar KU Leuven, Belgium
  7. 7. Program
  8. 8. Program
  9. 9. Program
  10. 10. Program
  11. 11. Lightning Talks ImagebyLeszekLeszcynzski • Anything you want to share • 5 minutes max • All info at: http://bit.ly/cvindhlightning • Submit your title at Google Sheet asap • Send slides to martijn.kleppe@kb.nl
  12. 12. Full Program workshop: bit.ly/cvindhworkshop Contribute to Collaborative Minutes http://bit.ly/cvindhminutes Information on Special Interest Group (SIG) AVinDH: https://avindhsig.wordpress.com

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  • emchateau

    Aug. 7, 2017

Slides as presented during the opening of the workshop 'Computer Vision in Digital Humanities' during the DH2017 conference in Montreal, Canada, 7 August 2017.

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