CFP: Humanities in the Age of AI: Celebrating a Decade of Innovation

This year, the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium (FLDH) is celebrating its ten year anniversary, and hosting its annual event on 20 September 2024, at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida, entitled, “Humanities in the Age of AI: Celebrating a Decade of Innovation.” From the call:

This conference will focus on exploring the intricate relationship between technology and the arts and humanities. We invite submissions that critically examine how advancements in artificial intelligence, digital tools, and computational methods have reshaped research, pedagogy, and creative expression in the humanities over the past decade. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  1. Digital art and literature in the age of AI
  2. Computational approaches to analyzing cultural artifacts and texts
  3. Digital storytelling and narrative theory
  4. Ethical considerations in digital humanities research
  5. Collaborative methodologies and interdisciplinary approaches
  6. Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) in humanities and arts scholarship
  7. Preservation and access to cultural heritage through digital technologies
  8. Pedagogical innovations and digital humanities education
  9. Race, gender, class, identity, technology access, and other limitations to DH participation and knowledge
  10. The role of Large Language Models in DH research and teaching
  11. Questions or problems that Automated Transcription raises in regard to accessibility, equity, inclusion, and other topics
  12. Algorithmic bias, black box systems, and the explainability turn
  13. DH work in the tenure, promotion, thesis, or dissertation process
  14. Algorithmic and big data biases, and how they affect the work of digital humanities

Proposals are due by 3 May 2024 using their online submission form.

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