The Digital Infrastructure (DI) department builds sustainable infrastructures for innovative humanities research for the Netherlands and abroad. In this way, DI supports the researchers of the Humanities Cluster. The infrastructure created in these projects is open source and available according to FAIR principles to all humanities researchers, research software engineers, the education and the heritage sector. Finally, the department plays a central role in the management of websites, tools and digital collections for the Humanities Cluster.
Unique software to transcribe historical texts now open source available
Amsterdam, The Hague – The KNAW Humanities Cluster in Amsterdam is making the transcription software Loghi available open source with immediate effect. The software was d…Read more News
2 million for improving AI research on humanities big data
DHLab of the KNAW Humanities Cluster in Amsterdam is improving AI technologies to enable advanced and innovative research based on humanities big data. Dr. Marieke van Er…Read more News