Can you use data science to make an experimental film? Yes. We are collecting knock-knock jokes, collecting videos of talking birds, and training machines to identify human and bird phonemes. We are trying to answer some questions about learning and representation.
Doug Goodwin, Media Studies, Scripps
Robin Melnick, Linguistics/CogSci, Pomona
Christina Edholm, Mathematics, Scripps
Moderated by Jeanine Finn, Data Science & Digital Scholarship Coordinator, The Claremont Colleges Library
What might artists, historians, climate scientists, economists, philosophers, mathematicians, and policy makers all have in common?
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