A selected list of mentions in national and international press…
- China Social Science Today, 30th January 2023. 文化包容引领数字人文发展 (Cultural Inclusion Leads the Development of Digital Humanities)
- Christian Science Monitor, 11th January 2023. How a ‘headstrong historian’ is rewriting Kenya’s colonial history.
- The Observer, 15th May 2022. Famous rallying speech by feminist leader Millicent Fawcett was never made, says new book
- Ancient Origins, 13th March 2022. Can Artificial Intelligence Unlock Secrets of the Ancients?
- Guardian, 9th March 2022. AI could decipher gaps in ancient Greek texts, say researchers.
- Raconteur, 21st October 2021. Could AI help us create imagination machines?
- Fife Today, 4th Feb 2021. Artificial intelligence transcribes historic diaries of child prodigy, Pet Marjorie.
- Varese News, 18th January 2021. Padre Busa da Gallarate, il gesuita che inventò i link (e anticipò il web).
- Wired, 24th December 2020. We asked an AI to write the Queen’s Christmas speech.
- Gizmodo, October 12th 2020. Can AI-Generated Text Be Funny?
- Heritage Fund, 27th October 2020. Mapping Scotland’s accused witches through Open Data.
- Chortle, August 2020. If computers made Edinburgh Fringe shows.
- The Stage, August 5th 2020. AI system to create imaginary Edinburgh Fringe show descriptions.
- Gizmodo, October 21st 2019. What Will the Internet Look Like in 2030?
- StateMagazine, 7th December 2018. How Digital Scanners Enabled a New Era of Document Management.
- Scotsman, 14th November 2018. How data is powering Edinburgh’s creative industries.
- Guardian, 23rd October 2018. Jumpin’ jets, a woman! Call to update children’s books with female academics.
- Times Higher Education, 17th October 2018. Depiction of academics in children’s books paints poor picture.
- Times Higher Education, August 23rd 2018. Hasty’ funding calls ‘prejudiced against women and carers.
- Smithsonian, January 25th 2018, We’re One Step Closer to Non-Invasively Reading Ancient Papyri Hidden in Mummy Masks
- Live Science, January 5th 2018. Cutting-Edge Camera Deciphers Messages Written on Mummy Wrappings.
- HyperAllergic, 7th December 2017, Skeleton of 18th-Century Philosopher Jeremy Bentham Will Travel to the Metropolitan Museum
- Times Higher Education, June 29th 2017. Appointments.
- Chronicle of Higher Education, June 9th 2017. From Indiana Jones to Minerva McGonagall, Professors See Themselves in Fiction.
- Times Higher Education, 5th January 2017, Letters to the Editor.
- Guardian, 22nd September 2016. Scientists use ‘virtual unwrapping’ to read ancient biblical scroll reduced to ‘lump of charcoal’.
- LA Review of Books, April 24th 2016. The Digital in the Humanities: An Interview with Laura Mandell
- HyperAllergic, March 25th 2016. The Webcam of an 18th-Century Philosopher’s Skeleton.
- Quartz, September 10th, 2015. Authors are turning Twitter into a literary genre, 140 characters at a time.
- Guardian, 23rd July 2015. What does the panopticon mean in the age of digital surveillance?
- The Observer, 5th July 2015. Not fade away… how robots are preserving our old newspapers.
- Gizmodo, March 16th 2015. The Corpse of the Panopticon Creator Now Has an All-Seeing Eye.
- Guardian, December 25th 2013. Slade art school puts old class pictures online to find past pupils.
- The Atlantic, October 2013. Computing Power Used to Be Measured in ‘Kilo-Girls’The earliest computers were human. And, more often than not, female.
- Financial Times, June 15th 2013. Big data meets the Bard. A ‘literary lab’ that believes reading with computers is the future
- Wired, 25th January 2013. Big data and the death of the theorist.