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Provisional Programme

Monday June 12th

11.00 Welcome and greetings

11.30 – 13.00 Lecture 1
Naomi Baron (American University, Washington)
AI and Human Writing: Collaboration or Appropriation?

14.30 – 16.00 Lecture 2
Massimo Riva (Brown University)
Metaverse as Shadow World and the Cybernetic Unconscious: Considerations about VR and AI Simulations

16.30 – 18.00 Lecture 3
Caroline Bassett (Cambridge)
The Automation of the Word: AI and Writing

Tuesday June 13th

9.30 – 11.00 Lecture 4
John Bateman (University of Bremen)
Digital Humanities and the Challenge of Multimodality:
dealing with non-textual materials

11.30 – 13.00 Workshop
John Bateman (University of Bremen)
Capturing multimodal artefacts and performances: applying theory across scales and media

14.30 – 16.00 Workshop
Karina Horsti (University of Jyväskylä and University of Minnesota)
Visuality and Communicative Memory in the Digital Age

16.30 – 18.00
Parallel sessions (Participant Presentations)

Wednesday June 14th

9.30 11.00 Lecture 5
Julien Longhi (Université Cergy Pontoise, Paris)
Digital Humanities and Artificial Intelligence for Forensic Linguistics and Legal Discourse Analysis

11.30 13.00 Lecture 6
Gwen Bouvier (Shanghai International Studies University, China)
Understanding the quality of civic debate and coherence on social media hashtag networks: Twitter and Weibo

14.30 16.00 Lecture 7
Christoph Draxler (Institute of Phonetics and Speech Processing, LMU Munich)
A hands-on Introduction to transcribing spoken data recordings

16.30 18.00 Lecture 8/Workshop

Walter Quattrociocchi (Sapienza University, Rome)
Digital (mis)information: online communication and the dissemination of knowledge
Chair: Matteo Di Cristofaro (Unimore)

Parallel Participant Presentation workshop

Thursday June 15th

9.30 – 11.00 Lecture 9
Sonia Bergamaschi e Federico Ruozzi (Unimore)
Intelligent annotation in the context of non-Latin alphabets document cataloguing

11.30 – 13.00 Workshop
Luca Sala, Matteo Vanzini and Riccardo Amerigo Vigliermo (Unimore)
Intelligent annotation in the context of non-Latin alphabets documents cataloguing: the Digital Maktaba case 

Parallel Participant presentations

14.30 – 16.00 / 16:30 – 18:00 Workshop
Markus Westner (Computer Science and Mathematics Department,  OTH Regensburg)
ChatGPT in University Teaching and Research: A hands-on workshop

Friday June 16th

9.30 11.00 Lecture 10
Francesca Tomasi (Università di Bologna)
Semantic Digital Technologies for Literary Personal Archives

11.30 – 13.00 Workshop
Dario Del Fante (Clarin-IT)
Using the CLARIN infrastructure for DH research, the example of ParlaMint

14.30 – 16.30 Workshop
Kevin Walker (Coventry University)
AI Ethnography 

16.30 Closing remarks
Final discussion with: Federico Boschetti (Venezia), Emanuela Colombi (Udine), Stefania Maci (Bergamo), Paola Pisano (Torino), Simone Rebora (Verona)

Chair: Matteo Al Kalak (Unimore)