Algorithm

Algoliterary Encounter

In the framework of Saison Numérique the Maison du Livre opens its space for Algolit during three days in a row. The group presents lectures, workshops and a small exhibition about the narrative (...)

Algoliterary Lectures

In the framework of Algoliterary Encounters, we will be hosting two lectures on Friday 10 November. Generative Models and the Digital Humanities: Towards Synthetic Literature, by Mike Kestemont (...)

Stories from the Algorithmic Forest

As a contribution to ’elif n°1 : Résistance électronique, stratégie éditoriale et cyberféminisme’, a seminar reserved for students of Ensba Lyon and Esad Saint-Etienne, An Mertens will present a series (...)

Bots, robots, cyborgs

Constant member An Mertens will take part in Just For the Record, an event dedicated to presentations, discussions and Wikipedia editing, addressing gender issues around the themes of bots, (...)

Contested Tongues

For Contested Tongues, an event by Witte de With Class of ’16, Algolit members Manetta Berends, Gijs de Heij and An Mertens will present a performative lecture in which they will use texts of the (...)

Four freedoms for research and experiment

Gijs de Heij, Manetta Berends and An Mertens will propose a workshop on the notion of public domain when it comes to machine learning practises, in the framework of ’Summerschool #2 Making Public (...)

Integration

Algolit is a project of Constant, a workgroup around i-literature, free code and text. On Thursday 9th June 2016 (10-18h) we will meet to review the interventions of past sessions, invent some (...)

Publication launch

We are very happy to invite you to the launch of the online Cqrrelations publication. Cqrrelations was a worksession of two weeks we organised in deBuren in January 2015. As one year counts for (...)

Machine Learning: an introduction

Algolit is a project of Constant, a workgroup around i-litterature, free code and text. On Saturday 23rd April 2016 (10-18h) Yann Chevaleyre will give an introduction to machine learning models (...)

Machine Research

Aarhus University and Transmediale organise a workshop on Machine Research, hosted by Constant in Brussels. The workshop aims to engage research and artistic practice that takes into account the (...)

Machine Research: Conversations

Public discussion with presentations by: Geoff Cox, Christian Ulrik Andersen, Søren Pold: Machine Research; Sarah Garcin: Publication-Jockey; Kristoffer Gansing, Daphne Dragona: transmediale 2017; (...)

Narrative perspective of Neural Networks #6

Algolit explores neural networks to see how their process can be made legible, visible, understandable. We follow up on the Deep Learning and Natural Language Processing course from Stanford (...)

Narrative perspective of Neural Networks #7

Algolit explores neural networks to see how their process can be made legible, visible, understandable. We follow up on the Deep Learning and Natural Language Processing course from Stanford (...)

Narrative perspective of Neural Networks #8

Algolit explores neural networks to see how their process can be made legible, visible, understandable. We follow up on the Deep Learning and Natural Language Processing course from Stanford (...)

On Journey with Hovelbot

New landscapes are in the making by how we interact with our telephones and computers. Two hundred years after Mary Shelley wrote her novel Frankenstein, an Algolit Extended group reinterpreted (...)

Poetics of the Algorithm

Constant members Catherine Lenoble and An Mertens will present Algolit at the conference on Poetics of the Algorithms. During this lecture, they will share the latest discussions around automatic (...)

Supervised Machine Learning for writing & reading practises

Algolit is a project of Constant, a workgroup around i-literature, free code and text. On Thursday 3rd November we will start from Uncertainty Detected, a supervised machine learning script (...)

Towards Collective Gentleness?

‘A Sentiment Thermometer’ is one of the installations in the exhibition of Algoliterary Encounters. It will be the starting point for the workshop. It asks questions to commonly used language (...)

Variations on a Glance

In the framework of Algoliterary Encounters Nicolas Malevé proposes a workshop on computer vision. Language, words, writing, descriptions and formulations are intimately linked to the way the (...)