Laure Thompson, who gave an AILA talk in 2021, is giving a Computational Social Science Institute talk on “Computational Humanities & Human-Centered Machine Learning” in the Computer Science Building at UMass on Friday, Nov. 4, 12-1:30pm, with lunch provided.
Here is the email they sent out with details and other items of possible interest.
On Oct 29, 2022, at 1:00 AM, Brendan O’Connor email@example.com wrote:
Hello all, upcoming next week:
Some CSSI folks may be interested in a Wednesday talk in the Rising Stars in Computer Science series, “Designing for Safety: Towards More Equitable and Trustworthy Systems” (link)
And please join us next Friday, Nov. 4, for the CSSI lunch seminar with Laure Thompson, assistant professor in the College of Information and Computer Sciences, speaking on “Computational Humanities & Human-Centered Machine Learning.” 12-1:30pm, Computer Science Building 151.
Lunch will be provided. The Computer Science Building is located at 140 Governors Drive. There is metered parking available nearby (link to map).
As always, please share this information with others who might be interested, and encourage them to email us if they want to get involved and become CSSI affiliates. Upcoming events are listed at http://www.cssi.umass.edu/events.
See you all soon! -Brendan, assoc. director, CSSI
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