upcoming talk at Princeton University

Tikkoun Sofrim, Sofer Mahir, eRabbinica and eScriptorium will be presented at a lecture entitled

Artificial Intelligence, Citizen Science and Medieval Hebrew Manuscripts

at Princeton University on Friday April 5, 2019 at noon in room 203 in the Scheide Caldwell house. If you intend to come please inform Baru Saul from the Judaic Studies programme

upcoming presentation at U Maryland MITH

Tuesday, April 2, 2019 – 12:30pm to 1:45pm
MITH, 0301 Hornbake Library
Daniel Stoekl Ben Ezra
 
Recording of the whole talk available on youtube
For Tikkoun Sofrim check out 35:40-50:00.

30.000 transcribed lines

Today, March 19, we passed the threshold of 30.000 transcribed lines. We accumulate 5 transcriptions for each line. So far, more than 6.000 lines, more than half of the manuscript, have already been transcribed by at least one user in the 35 days this project has been running. Amazing! יישר כוח!

We are hurrying up the production of the new interface that will allow multiple manuscripts to be treated at once and a more extensive user feedback is coming, too.