The institute #santafe #institute @ Santa Fe Institute https://t.co/jnpFNUYhhz
The Economist starts publishing data and code behind articles. #JupyterNotebooksInTheWild https://t.co/jSRb1kxTkB
Today the DTU Digital History & Hermeneutics @dtu_dhh joined Twitter! Follow us to get regular updates about our research project #digitalhistory #digitalhermeneutics #digitalhumanities #interdisciplinary #phd #training
Shout out to @C2DH_LU @uni_lu @FnrLux @a_fickers!
@KaarelSikk grand conceptualisation with utility and ecosystem services for ABM applied to settlement making to match scarce archeological data. @uni_lu_Geo and digital history @ccs18gr
Nice wrap-up to an excellent session on evolution of cultural complexity. Thanks for organizing @svalver & @SimonCarrignon! Nice to hear work from @Peter_Turchin @jelenagrr @DriesDaems @KaarelSikk @Eliz_Hobson @bonobo_style @nevromeCS @Iza_Romanowska & others. #CCS18GR #ecc18
#CCS2018 Complex systems in Thessaloniki learned a new word during a talk by Alberto Antonioni: non-non-human primates. Referring to humans of course.
Thats a proper list of sessions #EAA2018 @ Barcelona City, Spain https://t.co/8l3BUbiDXD
What happens when you let computers optimize foorplans https://t.co/oOdktOO8Hu
//I love this SO MUCH
#chagsxii starting with P. Bion Griffin giving keynote “South
east Asian hunters-gatherers: one million years and counting”