Critical AI studies is an interdisciplinary ‘field in formation’ (Raley and Rhee, 2023), which aims to better understand, critique and provide alternatives to the current regimes of Artificial Intelligence (AI) development and implementations – from dataset production to model development, evaluation and deployment as well
Everyone is warmly invited to attend the final conference and launch event of the European Erasmus+ project DiMPAH: Digital Methods Platform for the Arts and Humanities. The project partners developed a set of courses on digital methods and computational skills specifically aimed at arts and humanities
Join us for the CREATE Salon on 8 June 2023, 15:00-17:00h at the Bushuis, Kloveniersburgwal 48 Amsterdam. This session will delve into the Sinergia Narratives-project and its relationship to museum exhibition design strategies for AV collections. We’re excited to feature presentations from Yuchen Yang, PhD
We are pleased to welcome you to our upcoming CREATE Salon on Cultural Evolution. Date: Thursday, 26th January, 2023 Time: 15:00 – 17:00 CET Chair: Melvin Wevers | Assistant Professor Urban History and Digital Methods, University of Amsterdam Registration and location details for the event can be found here.
We are pleased to welcome you to our upcoming CREATE Salon on Computational Creativity. Date: Wednesday, 23rd November, 2022 Time: 16:00 – 18:00 Chair: Fabian Moss | Research Fellow in Cultural Analytics, DSC and CREATE, University of Amsterdam. Registration details for the event can be found here. Creativity has
We are pleased to welcome you to our upcoming CREATE Salon on Living with Water in Amsterdam. Date: Wednesday, 19th October, 2022Time: 15:00 – 17:00 CET This will be a hybrid event:Physical Location: E-Lab (0.16), BG1, Media Studies, University of Amsterdam (Turfdraagsterpad 9)Virtual Location: Zoom linkIf you intend to
On Thursday 1 September, CREATE, in collaboration with the 4D Research Lab, organises a datasprint where researchers with experience in 3D modelling of historical Amsterdam will share their methods and experiences in dealing with issues such as using and citing historical sources; how to deal with
Wednesday 6th July 2022, 14.00-16.00h, Sapienza Università di Roma In this interactive workshop the organizers will bring together cinema datasets as Linked Open Data (LOD) and explore the research potential of this approach. Organizers: Julia Noordegraaf (University of Amsterdam) Leon van Wissen (University of Amsterdam)