Logo

Data Science Colloquium FY21 - Shared screen with speaker view
Timothy Beal
35:53
https://cwru.zoom.us/j/96766241326?pwd=Y0JLUzhLZG8vOUY1REtNaXRGT0hHZz09
Timothy Beal
36:03
https://colab.research.google.com/drive/18f0pvnrb7I7IAYu1soWRBi4RiwLbW5Iy?usp=sharing
Brian Gran
40:06
That’s fabulous.
Michael Hemenway
40:53
amazing, right! @TheHigherDead
Michael Hemenway
43:42
@kjvbot
Michael Hemenway
45:11
@emilymarkovson
Mark Turner
01:01:22
On preparing text for data processing: see https://www.redhenlab.org/home/tutorials-and-educational-resources/multilingual-corpus-pipeline for a discussion, e.g., of Pragmatic Segmenter
Mark Turner
01:01:58
https://github.com/diasks2/pragmatic_segmenter
Michael Hemenway
01:02:58
https://www.nltk.org/book/ great initial learning for nltk and python
Mark Turner
01:06:06
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_expression
Mark Turner
01:06:34
https://regex101.com/
Mark Turner
01:06:43
https://regexr.com/
Justin Barber
01:24:08
Just reflecting out loud (no need to respond): Might this modify how we think about literary canon (comedy, tragedy, bible, artistic canon, etc.)? Might we think of canon as a probabilistic space (from a model’s/machine’s point of view)? Is probabilistic space more reflective of our (human) sense of canon than the traditional criteria we have used to date? More reflective of what “feels like” canon?
Raghav Sharma
01:24:28
And when he had so said, there arose a mighty famine in that land.
Cathie Kelsey
01:31:39
Thank you! Got to run to an appointment.
Raghav Sharma
01:44:18
the lyric writing process for the Radiohead album Kid A involved a crude process of random generation
Michael Hemenway
01:44:58
that sounds fitting for Radiohead.
Anne Helmreich (she/her)
01:45:04
Surrealist Exquisite Corpse
Anne Helmreich (she/her)
01:46:22
can extend from language to gesture (dance, drawing) which is composed of units. so is it about a larger corpus (language, text) that can be broken down into subunits. with text it is easier to render machine readable than other forms of creative expression
Timothy Beal
01:46:27
Yes Raghav! Kid A is my fav album btw
Timothy Beal
01:46:40
Yes for sure Anne
Micah Bailey Arafah
01:51:51
Re: Radiohead -- a documentary called 'Meeting People is Easy' (free and on their website) follows them on their promo world tour in '97. It's heartbreaking and amazing
Anne Helmreich (she/her)
01:52:18
Bauhaus as a visual learning set https://magenta.as/using-machine-learning-to-make-art-84df7d3bb911
Raghav Sharma
01:53:44
@Anne -- just read a little about exquisite corpses. not something I'm familiar with. thanks for sharing. also this Bauhaus article looks great.
Micah Bailey Arafah
01:53:58
Wow, thank you Anne!!!
Brian Clites
01:54:39
That makes sense. And it’s much less daunting to think about doing this work in communities. Thank you.
Mark Turner
01:56:08
Participants: your zoom link is good for the entire academic year. We meet only some Wednesdays. For the schedule, always see https://cognitivescience.case.edu/data-science-colloquium/
Micah Bailey Arafah
01:56:25
I must mention that I thought of Bauhaus the band before Bauhaus the art movement
Timothy Beal
01:56:47
me too!
Brian Gran
01:57:03
Thank you for a terrific seminar. Greatly appreciated. Good to be with you.
Justin Barber
01:57:20
Thank you! This was great!
William Deal
01:57:36
Terrific session – thanks!
Raghav Sharma
01:57:46
thanks to everyone involved in presenting, hosting, and participating!
Anne Helmreich (she/her)
01:57:46
Thanks- and for the generosity of sharing the bot....
Brian Clites
01:57:48
Agreed - Thank you!
Dylan Bederman
01:57:50
Thanks, this was super interesting!
Dylan Bederman
01:57:57
lol
Soren Gran
01:57:59
Thank you! Fascinating.
annebryden
01:58:35
Thank you! Really enjoyed this!
Joanna Klingenstein
01:59:20
Thank you!