Special Issue "AI for Digital Humanities"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2018).
Interests: natural language processing; information extraction; application of eye-tracking data
Digital humanities (DH) is a newly-emerging field that brings together humanities scholars, social scientists and computer and information scientists to work on both fundamental and applied research in humanities. As techniques in Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning and Data Mining have matured, there has been a wide range of computational tools, methods, and techniques that have enabled humanities scholars to conduct research at a scale once thought impossible. This Special Issue is calling for the submission of novel research results and digital research tool developments demonstrating the success and challenges of applying Artificial Intelligence techniques in digital humanities research, such as data discovery, digital data creation, management, data analytics (including text mining, image mining and data visualization, etc.) in literature, linguistics, culture heritage, media, social science, history, music and acoustics, and Artificial Intelligence for Digital Humanities in pedagogy and academic curricula. This Special Issue aims, not only to serve a venue for presenting work in this area, but also to build a community and share information in this area. The Special Issue invites submissions on any aspect of Artificial Intelligence for Digital Humanities.Prof. Yudong Liu
Prof. James Hearne
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Artificial Intelligence/Data Mining/Big Data/Machine Learning
- Digital Humanities
- Computational Humanities
- Culture Analytics