Author Archives: DR2 Turin Group

DS² conference YouTube channel

The YouTube channel of the Center for Philosophy of Science and Societies (CEFISES) has published on-line videos of the talks given at the DS² (Digital Studies of Digital Science) 2021 conference @UCLouvain. The conference took place on-line between March 15-18th … Continue reading

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New Digital Humanities course for PhD students available in Turin

The Digital Humanities course for PhD students has been established at the PhD School for Humanities (Scuola di Dottorato in Scienze Umanistiche), University of Turin. The course is designed and hosted by the newly born inter-departmental centre of DIgital Scholarship … Continue reading

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Upcoming talk by Eugenio Petrovic @DS² 2021 conference

We are glad to announce an upcoming talk by Eugenio Petrovich at the DS² 2021 conference (Digital Studies of Digital Science) @UCLouvain. Here more details on the program. The conference aims to connect two groups of scholars working on separate … Continue reading

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Call for tender: postdoctoral position – Quality open data production. Deadline 25/02/2021

The Institute for Cognition Sciences and Technologies (CNR) opens the selection for one postdoctoral position (informatics/engineering) in graphs design and development for management and representation of heterogeneously sourced data in sanitary and environmental domains, under the “WHOW – Water Health Open … Continue reading

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Three postdoctoral positions at UvA- Research Priority Area Humane AI

The University of Amsterdam’s interdisciplinary Research Priority Area Humane AI is looking for 3 postdoctoral researchers in the areas of law, social sciences and humanities. The overarching goal of these positions is to develop insights and principles for responsible and human-centric AI … Continue reading

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Uncovering the social network of recent analytic philosophy – A talk by Eugenio Petrovich

We are glad to share the video of the talk given by DR2 member Eugenio Petrovich in the 4th Annual TiLPS History of Analytic Philosophy Workshop @ TiLPS (Tilburg Center for Moral Philosophy, Epistemology and Philosophy of Science). The talk … Continue reading

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On-line workshop, February 17-19 – Sentiment analysis on multilingual 18th-century corpora

We give notice of the on-line workshop Sentiment Analysis in Literary studies organized by the Centre for Information Modelling of the University of Graz. Sentiment analysis is a common task in literary studies, yet sitting outside the mainstream of analytic computational procedures … Continue reading

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Happy new year!

DR2 team wishes everybody a happy new year!

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PostDoc Fellowship Opportunity in Ontology for Industry Laboratory for Applied Ontology (LOA), ISTC-CNR at Trento (Italy)

We are pleased to forward information about a PostDoc Fellowship in Ontology in Trento. Research will focus on the study of ontology for industry with the possibility to engage in both foundational ontology and the development of a domain ontology … Continue reading

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Analytic and Continental Philosophy: playing around with quantitative methods

by Pietro Lana   What can quantitative methods tell us about the differences between the Analytic and the Continental philosophical traditions? Attempts to define, characterize and distinguish the two have led to such a variety of positions that even the … Continue reading

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