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New UGP publication: Digital Humanities, Corpus and Language Technology

20 September 2023

The book "Digital Humanities, Corpus and Language Technology: A look from diverse case studies" is now available online and open access at UGP.

This peer reviewed publication contains a collection of research contributions that explores the intersection of technology and the humanities. The authors provide a comprehensive overview of how these technologies can enhance research across various disciplines, from literature to history to anthropology. This book is a mustread for anyone interested in future research in the humanities. Digital Humanities, Corpus, and Language Technologies are rapidly growing fields that have the potential to revolutionize research across various disciplines.

New technologies have opened up new perspectives for research, allowing scientists to analyze data in previously impossible ways. The interdisciplinary approach and practical applications make it an invaluable resource for researchers, students, and anyone interested in the intersection of technology and the humanities.

The publication is a co-edit with Facultad de Comunicaciones y Filología, Universidad de Antioquia (Colombia).

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