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The Impact of Generative AI on the Digital Humanities: Disruption in Research and Education
The Alan Turing Institute special interest group in Humanities Data Science is hosting an event in Oxford, 'The Impact of Generative AI on the Digital Humanities: Disruption in Research and Education' on 21st June 2024. The event will be held in the Weston Library lecture theatre, with lunch in Blackwell Hall. It will also be streamed online. 
6th Baltic Summer School of Digital Humanities: Large Language Models and Small Languages
This year's program presents essential introductory courses tailored for digital humanists and digital social scientists eager to master Python programming and explore the application of large language models in humanities research.
DHNB 2025
The 2025 DHNB (Digital Humanities in the Nordic & Baltic Countries) conference will take place in Tartu at the Estonian National Museum.
DHNB 2024
One unique aspect of the DHNB community is the active involvement of professionals from libraries, archives, and museums alongside digital humanities researchers. In the DHNB 2024 call for papers, we would particularly like to place emphasis on sharing lessons learned from collaborative initiatives between academic and cultural heritage communities.
AI Sauna
AvoinGLAM invites Open Culture advocates and creators of the open ecosystem to join the Finnish GLAMs, research projects and companies to envision the future of Open Culture in the age of AI.
Baltic DH Forum
Digital humanities researchers and practitioners, developers and curators are invited to participate in the Baltic DH Forum!
Digital Humanities Research Seminar
Helsinki Digital Humanities Research Seminar.
CUDAN 2023
CUDAN 2023 aims to bring together researchers, practitioners, and stakeholders using methods of cultural data analytics to understand cultures and cultural production
Fourth Conference on Computational Humanities Research
The Computational Humanities Research (CHR) community is an international and interdisciplinary community that supports researchers with an interest in computational approaches to the humanities.
CLARIN and Libraries 2023: Large Language Models and Libraries
This year's workshop will investigate further areas of collaboration between CLARIN-related initiatives and libraries with a special emphasis on building (large) language models in and in cooperation with libraries.

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