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What We’ve Built Is a Computational Language (and That’s Very Important!)—Stephen Wolfram Blog
What Kind of a Thing Is the Wolfram Language? I’ve sometimes found it a bit of a struggle to explain what the Wolfram Language really is. Yes, it’s a computer language—a programming language. And it does—in a uniquely productive way, I might add—what standard programming languages do. via Pocket
argument  computing  language  wolfram 
11 weeks ago by kintopp
Teaching | Marie Hicks
My classes are not only about "what happened" in the past, but how we know what we think we know. I often tell my students that history is the process of deciding which stories to tell and which stories to hide. via Pocket
computing  dh  gender  syllabus 
march 2019 by kintopp
What Is a Computational Essay?—Stephen Wolfram Blog
People are used to producing prose—and sometimes pictures—to express themselves. But in the modern age of computation, something new has become possible that I’d like to call the computational essay. via Pocket
computing  interactive  paper  publishing  wolfram 
september 2018 by kintopp
My review of Microsoft’s data science virtual machine (DSVM) for deep learning - PyImageSearch
Over the past few months, I’ve been using Microsoft’s Ubuntu deep learning and data science virtual machine (DSVM) for a few projects I’m working on here at PyImageSearch. via Pocket
cloud  computing  infrastructure  microsoft  vm  ml 
may 2018 by kintopp
Project Jupyter: Computational Narratives as the Engine of Collaborative Data Science
Note: this is the full text of the grant proposal that was funded by the Helmsley Trust, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and the Alfred P. via Pocket
computing  grants  h2020  interactive  narrative  publishing 
march 2018 by kintopp
The Digital Art History Lab Lectures | The Frick Collection
All lectures are held from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the Music Room of The Frick Collection. They are free and open to the public, but registration is required. To register, please contact dahlprograms@frick.org. Using Computed Weave Maps to Gain Art-Historical Insight from Vermeer's Canvases Dr. via Pocket
analysis  arthistory  computing  talk 
may 2017 by kintopp
The Digital Humanities Project: Aesthetics at the Intersection of Art and Science
Welcome to the “Digital Humanities Project: Aesthetics at the Intersection of Art and Science” web page by art historian Emily L. Spratt and computer scientist Ahmed Elgammal. via Pocket
analysis  art  arthistory  computing  deep  ml 
may 2017 by kintopp
Against Digital Art History - Franklin Humanities Institute
First, let me clarify that I am not talking about digitized art history (i.e. via Pocket
arthistory  computing  debates  dh 
may 2017 by kintopp
Always Already Computational • Always Already Computational - Collections as Data
With support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Always Already Computational: Library Collections as Data will foster a strategic approach to developing, describing, providing access to, and encouraging reuse of library collections that support computationally-driven research and te via Pocket
computing  datasets  diglib  humanities 
may 2017 by kintopp
Project Jupyter: Computational Narratives as the Engine of Collaborative Data Science
Note: this is the full text of the grant proposal that was funded by the Helmsley Trust, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and the Alfred P. via Pocket
code  computing  grants  h2020  interactive  publishing 
december 2015 by kintopp
The Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society
The “Global Literary Networks” project will host this one-day conference, bringing together new scholarship on the history and sociology of global culture. via Pocket
chicago  computing  conference  culture  data  theory 
august 2014 by kintopp
Scope | Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage
ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH) publishes papers of significant and lasting value in all areas relating to the innovative use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in support of Cultural Heritage. via Pocket
computing  culture  journals 
august 2014 by kintopp

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