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3D Printing in the Classroom: Outcomes and Reflections on a Slavic Course Experiment (1/2) | Scholars’ Lab

Cross-posted on my personal blog. In a previous post, UVA’s Slavic Librarian, Kathleen Thompson, and Slavic Lecturer, Jill Martiniuk, outlined the early

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Writers! Poets! New gigs for you in Silicon Valley scripting AIs

For writers out there who thought that a Hollywood scriptwriting opportunity was the very best the West Coast had to offer authors, a new Washington Post article might turn your attention further north, to Silicon Valley. I can’t do better than to quote the article on the nature of this opportunity. “Writing for AI is becoming a hot job in Silicon Valley. Behind Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa and Microsoft’s Cortana are not just software engineers. Increasingly, there are poets, comedians, fiction writers, and other artistic types charged with engineering the personalities for a fast-growing crop of artificial intelligence tools.” The article focuses on the value of writers and poets in

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Dickinson Expands Digital Humanities Projects, Resources | Digital Humanities at Dickinson College

As the field of Digital Humanities grows in academia, Dickinson continues to integrate it into the curriculum, and is currently sponsoring training opportunities and a new Pulp Magazine digital archiving project.

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