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Digital and Computational Palaeography: Some Promises and Problems

Stokes, Peter


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&lt;p&gt;As the Schoenberg Symposium and the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies have long been demonstrating, access to digital images of manuscripts has grown enormously in recent years, particularly with IIIF and the movement towards increasingly open and rights-free content. At the same time, we also have increasing access to relatively powerful computers, fast internet connections, and now access even to hardware and software for deep learning such as free software libraries, increasingly affordable GPUs and, in some cases, high-performance computing clusters. At the same time, however, librarians are often reporting less time for cataloguing and metadata, and at least in some cases access to original items is becoming increasingly difficult, not to mention the increasing complexity of computational methods and the widely-recognised fact that the &amp;lsquo;reasoning&amp;rsquo; of modern machine learning is inaccessible even to specialists. The current health crisis seems to be accelerating these trends, which leaves the question: what of palaeography? Looking at the past and present of digital and computational methods, in this talk I attempt to identify some of the promises and problems of where we are now and where we seem to be going.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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