|Keio Creativity Initiative|
The theme of the symposium was "Memory, the (Re-) Creation of the Past and Digital Humanities." The symposium was organized by Satoko Tokunaga of Keio University. The keynote speaker was Kristian Jensen, Head of Collections and Curation, British Library. Mari and Teru Agata spoke on image recognition and clustering of Gutenberg's B42 types and Kiyonori Nagasaki of the International Institute for Digital Humanities, Tokyo, spoke on the re-creation of Buddhist studies in the Digital Era.
The programme is available in English and Japanese.
For more information about Kristian Jensen's initiatives, see the video below.