+ New article in Update magazine for Library professionals

The Bentham Project at University College London and The Linnean Society have forged a fruitful collaboration as part of the READ project.

The two institutions have worked to create training data for Handwritten Text Recognition on their respective collections and also organised a successful conference in London in October 2016.

Networking at the Digital Toolbox conference, October 2016 [Image by Louise Seaward]
Networking at the Digital Toolbox conference, October 2016 [Image by Louise Seaward]
Louise Seaward (Bentham Project) and Elaine Charwat (formerly of The Linnean Society) have written about their work with READ in the following article in Update, the magazine of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP).

Louise Seaward and Elaine Charwat, ‘If you teach a computer to READ’, CILIP Update, December/January 2016/17.

 

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