Artificial Intelligence as a Research Assistant for Humanities Scholars

Tuesday 28 May 2024, 12 pm - 1 pm

The recent proliferation of AI provides ever-increasing opportunities to scale up research in the humanities with advanced data analysis, making available new tools for both quantitative and qualitative exploration of research data. Drastically reducing the time needed for preparation and preprocessing of the data, this progress can significantly impact the design of research. The goal of this lecture is twofold. First, it will demonstrate the ways in which Large Language Models can be deployed to clean, annotate, augment and interpret the data. Second, it will discuss how AI-driven and traditional approaches can be efficiently integrated into our scholarly framework. This lecture is intended for everyone who is curious about the possibilities of AI to aid in research.

The location of this lecture is E 2.16.