CLIP and beyond: Multimodal and Explainable Machine Learning in the Digital Humanities

panel / roundtable
  1. 1. Fabian Offert

    University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America

  2. 2. Leonardo Impett

    Durham University, United Kingdom; Cambridge University, United Kingdom

  3. 3. Noura Al Moubayed

    Durham University, United Kingdom

  4. 4. Eva Cetinic

    Ruđer Bošković Institute, Croatia

  5. 5. Peter Bell

    Marburg University, Germany

  6. 6. Thomas Smits

    University of Antwerp, Belgium

  7. 7. Anna Leone

    Durham University, United Kingdom

  8. 8. Matthew Watson

    Durham University, United Kingdom

  9. 9. Tom Winterbottom

    Durham University, United Kingdom

  10. 10. Dan Kluvanec

    Durham University, United Kingdom

  11. 11. Dan Lawrence

    Durham University, United Kingdom

  12. 12. Ronak Kosti

    Friedrich-Alexander-Universität (FAU) Erlangen-Nürnberg

  13. 13. Melvin Wevers

    University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

  14. 14. Lith Lefranc

    University of Antwerp, Belgium

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ADHO - 2022
"Responding to Asian Diversity"

Tokyo, Japan

July 25, 2022 - July 29, 2022

361 works by 945 authors indexed

Held in Tokyo and remote (hybrid) on account of COVID-19

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Contributors: Scott B. Weingart, James Cummings

Series: ADHO (16)

Organizers: ADHO