Author Archives: Enrico Daga

Successful Conclusion to the MK:5G Project

A final virtual consortium meeting celebrated the successful conclusion of the MK:5G project, a flagship city initiative centred around the deployment of 5G technologies in Milton Keynes. In particular, MK:5G has deployed a dedicated 5G infrastructure for the city and an associated Data Exchange facility. KMi’s contribution to the project centers on the design and implementation of […]

Linked Data Tutorial @ DH2019

“Linked Data for the Humanities: methods and techniques” is the title of the tutorial on foundational Semantic technologies held in Utrecht, last 8th July, in the context of the Digital Humanities (DH2019) conference organised by the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO). The half-day Tutorial, organised by Enrico Daga in collaboration with Aldo Gangemi (University […]

How to find listening experiences in books? The LED Project at the DARIAH EU annual event.

Last week, DARIAH EU The Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH) aims to enhance and support digitally-enabled research and teaching across the arts and humanities. Last week, Enrico Daga joined digital humanities researchers and practitioners at the DARIAH annual event 2019 in Warsaw and reported on the latest achievements of the LED […]

Artificial Intelligence and Music (AIM) at the DARIAH Annual Event

The first meeting of the Artificial Intelligence and Music WG has been held in Warsaw, May 17, within the DARIAH Annual Event, featuring an introductory keynote by Lev Manovich. The Artificial Intelligence and Music WG – led by Albert Meroño-Peñuela (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) and Enrico Daga (ISDS – KMi, The Open University) – has been created to […]

ISDS seminar at University of Bologna: The discovery of Listening Experiences

Last 11th April, Dr Enrico Daga visited University of Bologna to give a seminar with students of  the Degree programme (LM) in Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge. He presented his research on hybridising statistical NLP and Semantic Web technologies to support humanist scholars and discussed the recent developments of the AHRC-funded LED Project. The talk focused […]