We have been notified that proposal “Automatic Transcriptions of Medieval Hebrew Manuscripts and Crowdsourcing their Corrections” has been accepted for presentation at the SBL by the 2019 Annual Meeting program unit Digital Humanities in Biblical, Early Jewish, and Christian Studies. Looking forward to San Diego! We will keep you posted.
Moshe Lavee and Tsvika Kuflik will present Tikkoun Sofrim and the Scribes of the Geniza project at a conference on the Middle Ages at Haifa University on March 28, 2019.
Our poster submission on Tikkun Sofrim to DH 2019 in Utrecht in July has been accepted. The final version is accessible here.
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
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.