Digital Humanities and the Study of Classical Chinese Poetry in the Age of Generative AI (9/2023)

Digital Humanities is one of the key directions in Humanities in the contemporary global context, as well as one of the hot issues in academic research. As for Digital Chinese Humanities, digital technology and tools can not only conduct a quick search and analysis on literature and materials, but also showcase traditional literature and research findings, which are important means for contemporary research. As Digital Humanities enters the Age of Generative AI, more and more possibilities and opportunities are underway for the study of classical Chinese literature.

Since its establishment, the Mr. Simon Suen and Mrs. Mary Suen Sino-Humanitas Institute is committed to enhancing innovative research in the study of Chinese humanities with frontier research output. In the Academic Year of 2023-2024, the Institute will organize the Lecture Series on Digital Chinese Humanities, by inviting several scholars and experts to share latest research findings, tools and insights on Digital Chinese Humanities. All scholars, researchers, students and anyone who are interested in the topic are welcome to register and join us!

First lecture of the series was held on 27 September. Details are as follows:

Digital Humanities and the Study of Classical Chinese Poetry in the Age of Generative AI

Date: 27 September 2023 (Wednesday)
Time: 4:00 – 5:30 pm
Venue: Room SWT702, Level 7, Shaw Tower, Shaw Campus, Hong Kong Baptist University
Speaker: Dr. Chen Jing (Assistant Professor, Department of Chinese History and Culture, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
Moderator: Dr. Li Nengzhi (Research Associate, Mr. Simon Suen and Mrs. Mary Suen Sino-Humanitas Institute, Hong Kong Baptist University)
Language: Mandarin

(Recorded by Zhou Shaowen, research student of the Institute)