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Les Humanités Numériques (« Numerical Humanities ») sont une discipline émergente visant à l’exploitation et la dissémination de patrimoine culturel par les technologies du numérique.
Depuis une dizaine d’années, Inria développe dans son centre de Paris – Rocquencourt une étude de cas pour démontrer l’application de techniques de Linguistique Informatique (« Computational Linguistics ») à l’exploitation et la dissémination de bibliothèques d’Héritage Culturel (‘ »Cultural Heritage »).
A year ago, Inria signed an agreement with UNESCO - opening the way to joint actions in favour of the preservation and sharing of software source code, in particular through the Software Heritage project which, for this occasion, launched its website in several language.
Inria Awards 2018
On paper, the only things Marie-Pierre Diquelou, Thierry Boche and Rémy Taillefer had in common were working at Inria in Rocquencourt and a certain interest in history. And yet, together, they have devised and produced a vast retrospective exhibition for Inria's 50th anniversary.
- History of Inria
- History of Computing
- Support for research and innovation
- Inria Award
- Inria awards 2018
The cross-disciplinary challenges are numerous, from development of digital cultural resources and usages, to the digital preservation, digitisation and dissemination of the cultural heritage, to musical and artistic production, to interactive visits of real or virtual museums and to promotion of the influence of French. The Ministry of Culture and Communication and Inria thus decided to sign a new partnership agreement to develop and enhance SemanticPedia, a collaborative venture created in 2012 around the “DBpédia in French” project.
Prix Leroy P. Steele 2019
Nobody aware of the importance of his work will be surprised to see Philippe Flajolet featuring once again among the biggest names in the world of mathematics, the American Mathematical Society in particular. More than eight years after his sudden death, Flajolet is to be awarded the Leroy P. Steele Prize for Mathematical Excellence on 17 January 2019. He will share this prize with Robert Sedgewick from Princeton University, with whom he wrote the book Analytic Combinatorics , which was published in 2009.