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Dutch project aims to figure out how artificial intelligence can represent complex humanities data
The leader of a project aiming to help humanities researchers access digital methods and artificial intelligence has won a €2 million Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council.
Marieke van Erp, head of a digital humanities group at the KNAW science academy, will use the funding to try to understand how AI can best be deployed in the humanities.
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