|13 May 2019||13:00 - 14:30||SG2, Alison Richard Building|
Computer Vision and the Digital Humanities: An Overview
Computer vision has made fundamental advances in recent years. Digital images can now be matched, differentiated and classified at scale, while applications such as facial recognition are increasingly ubiquitous. This presentation will give an overview of computer vision in the humanities, with an emphasis on cultural heritage collections and on critical and ethical issues with facial recognition.
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