“Programming Humanity” Katherine Elkins (Kenyon College)

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April 5, 2019
3:30PM - 5:00PM
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Research Commons, 18th Avenue Library, 3rd Floor

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Add to Calendar 2019-04-05 15:30:00 2019-04-05 17:00:00 “Programming Humanity” Katherine Elkins (Kenyon College)

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Join us for her lecture titled "Programming Humanity".

Kate Elkins is the keynote speaker at our 2019 Comparative Studies Undergraduate Research Colloquium on April 5th.

How can the Humanities leverage new computational approaches like Artificial Intelligence while remaining human-centered? Katherine Elkins discusses possibilities by drawing on her recent experience developing Digital Humanities at Kenyon College. Kenyon DH focuses on the ethical and social dimensions of technology as well as its practical application for new areas of research.
 
Katherine Elkins is the NEH Distinguished Teaching Associate Professor of Humanities and Comparative World Literature at Kenyon College.
 
Sponsored by the Comparative Studies Undergraduate Student Group.
Please contact Philip Armstrong (armstrong.202@osu.edu) for further information.
Research Commons, 18th Avenue Library, 3rd Floor Department of Comparative Studies compstudies@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Join us for her lecture titled "Programming Humanity".

Kate Elkins is the keynote speaker at our 2019 Comparative Studies Undergraduate Research Colloquium on April 5th.

How can the Humanities leverage new computational approaches like Artificial Intelligence while remaining human-centered? Katherine Elkins discusses possibilities by drawing on her recent experience developing Digital Humanities at Kenyon College. Kenyon DH focuses on the ethical and social dimensions of technology as well as its practical application for new areas of research.
 
Katherine Elkins is the NEH Distinguished Teaching Associate Professor of Humanities and Comparative World Literature at Kenyon College.
 
Sponsored by the Comparative Studies Undergraduate Student Group.
Please contact Philip Armstrong (armstrong.202@osu.edu) for further information.