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OntoHGIS – ontological foundations for building historical geoinformation systems
The main objective of the project is to solve the problems of collecting and integrating geographic and historical information with the help of an engineering ontology. The ontology is focussed on: via Pocket
geo  gis  models  ontology  philosophy  poland 
november 2018 by kintopp
Does Intellectual History need Digital Humanities? #IHDH2018 | Helsinki Centre for Digital Humanities | University of Helsinki
2nd Computational Approaches to Intellectual History and the History of Philosophy Symposium organised by the Helsinki Computational History Group Sign up using this form by 4.12.2018: via Pocket
dh  finland  history  methodology  philosophy  workshop 
november 2018 by kintopp
When Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. visited Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute last month, he was asked a startling question, one with overtones of science fiction. via Pocket
ethics  law  philosophy  ml 
may 2017 by kintopp
Computational Law, Symbolic Discourse and the AI Constitution—Stephen Wolfram Blog
Gottfried Leibniz—who died 300 years ago this November—worked on many things. But a theme that recurred throughout his life was the goal of turning human law into an exercise in computation. Of course, as we know, he didn’t succeed. via Pocket
language  law  philosophy  wolfram 
may 2017 by kintopp
Thinking Colour Symposium | TORCH
Thinking Colour invites academics, curators, and artists to consider the philosophical relations between colour and thinking. via Pocket
colour  conference  oxford  philosophy 
august 2016 by kintopp

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