Organisation: Prof. Dr. Brigitte Burrichter, Prof. Dr. Raúl Sánchez Prieto
Date: 17–18 October 2019
Venue: Gebäude 21, Hubland Nord (University of Wuerzburg Graduate Schools), 00.006
Machine Learning, a recurrent and obvious topic in Science and Technology, will also radically change the way research is carried out in the Social Sciences and the Humanities in a near future.
A close cooperation between SSH scholars and computer scientists could have a huge impact on both SSH and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) related research topics. On the one hand, social scientists and humanities scholars may not be able to design and implement themselves the machine learning algorithms they need for their research. On the other, computer scientists cannot progress in their work without the active theoretical and practical support of SSH scholars. The role of a linguist, a historian or a social scientist should be thus to help computer scientists outperform current machine learning models by offering them theoretical approaches both could adapt together to improve their accuracy.
This conference will explore the practical possibilities Machine Learning offers to selected research fields within SSH, particularly linguistics, literature, musicology, and sociology. Since the conference is aimed at SSH scholars, presentations will only outline the proposed machine learning model briefly and in a comprehensible way.
Thursday, 17 October 2019
Jezek, Elisabetta/ Poggiolini, Ilaria/ Figini, Silvia/ Ceravolo, Flavio (Pavia):
Frank Puppe/ Christoph Wick/ Andreas Haug (Würzburg):
Ben Ahmed, Olfa/ Fernandez-Maloigne, Christine (Poitiers): CANCELLED
Pekka Räsänen/ Markus Kaakinen/ Atte Oksanen (Turku/Helsinki/Tampere):
Friday, 18 October 2019
Raúl Sánchez Prieto/ Andrea Galván (Salamanca):
Gintautas Tamulevičius/ Audrius Valotka (Vilnius):
Leonard Konle (Würzburg):
- Conference poster
- Website Working Group SSH: https://www.coimbra-group.eu/working-group/social-sciences-humanities/