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Month: July 2022

Research with WWP Data at the AI/Machine Learning Research Bootcamp

Research with WWP Data at the AI/Machine Learning Research Bootcamp

By Haripriya Mehta, Co-founder, MehtA+  In Summer 2022, 15 high school students from all over the world participated in MehtA+’s AI/Machine Learning Research Bootcamp and learned the theory and application of machine learning. Students learned various AI/Machine Learning models including KNN, support vector machines, artificial neural networks, and topics in computer vision and natural language processing.  The students put their newfound knowledge into practice through an exploratory week-long midterm project. The objective of the midterm was to predict the gender of the…

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Using encoding to teach textual analysis

Using encoding to teach textual analysis

By Jessica Kane, Visiting Assistant Professor of English at Albion College This collaboration was part of the WWP’s Teaching Partners program; for more information, see the digital edition created by the students or watch this short video on the project.  Eliza Haywood’s novella “Fantomina” (1725) begins by introducing the reader to “A YOUNG Lady of distinguished Birth, Beauty, Wit, and Spirit” (258) who creates four different personas, seduces the same man four different times, and ends up banished to a convent…

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