The Center for Creation, Content and Technology is a collaboration between institutes and groups of several faculties of the University of Amsterdam and the Hogeschool van Amsterdam, which work together on a project basis in the field of content and technology. The aim is to combine the strengths of these groups in research and education in a unique multi-disciplinary setting, and preferably in collaboration with the (creative) industries in and around Amsterdam. See about for more information.

 

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Speaker: Ashley Burgoyne , Muziekwetenschap, UvA.
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Speaker: Charles van den Heuvel (Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands / UvA)
Who’s afraid of uncertainties
Speaker: Wouter van Atteveldt (VU Amsterdam)
Using grammatical analysis and LDA topic models to study politicians' media statements.

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Inger Leemans (VU Amsterdam): Embodied emotions. Mapping bodily expression of emotions form a historical perspective.
Antal van den Bosch (Centre for Language Studies, RU Nijmegen): Detecting Events and Motifs in Historical Texts.
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CCCT seminar 21 February 2014, 16.00-17.00 (followed by drinks), room: B0.201 Science Park 904

Speaker: Laura Hollink (VU Amsterdam) Connecting political events to media data - the 'PoliMedia' and 'Talk of Europe' projects.
Speaker: Paul Groth (VU Amsterdam) Transparency in the Data Supply Chain
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Friday 17 January 2014, 16.00-17.00 (followed by drinks), Science Park 904, room C1.112.

Speaker: Sally Wyatt (University of Maastricht and KNAW): Self-reported data in medical and social research
Speaker: Toine Pieters (University of Utrecht and Decartes Centre): Towards historical text mining in public media: WAHSP/BILAND

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Friday 17 January 2014, 16.00-17.00 (followed by drinks), Science Park 904, room C1.112.

Speaker: Sally Wyatt (University of Maastricht and KNAW): Self-reported data in medical and social research
Speaker: Toine Pieters (University of Utrecht and Decartes Centre): Towards historical text mining in public media: WAHSP/BILAND

Friday 13 December 2013, 16.00-17.00 (followed by drinks), Science Park 904, room A1.04

Arnold Smeulders: Picture and language, from computer vision to computer insight?
Frank van Harmelen: Linked Open Data, and how it will affect humanities researchers (or will it?)

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