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Images as Data: Introducing the Distant Viewing Toolkit - Shared screen with speaker view
Carol Chiodo
33:21
Library of Congress reporthttps://labs.loc.gov/static/labs/work/reports/Cordell-LOC-ML-report.pdf?loclr=blogsig
Susan Radovsky
53:59
So you’re almost creating portals!
Gwen Speeth
56:52
Will you be sharing your slides? I know there will be a recording, but can we have the slides, too?
Christine Eslao
56:56
I’’d be really interested in whether you have user feedback or other data about how the images that get viewed in something like Photogrammar differ from which ones get seen more in other UIs
Christine Eslao
57:06
(If that’’s a question that you asked about this)
Christine Eslao
57:47
(Sorry for the weird double quotes; my keyboard is haunted)
Christine Eslao
58:38
Thanks! That’s very cool
Lauren Tilton
58:53
Photogrammar.org
Carol Chiodo
59:04
Google Colab notebookhttps://colab.research.google.com/drive/1JEPMi1uMlN3FSPB7lu-CSqfT7FT6WOVZ?usp=sharing
Lauren Tilton
59:05
http://bit.ly/images-harvard2021
Gwen Speeth
59:16
How do you decide which terms to use to describe things & stuff?
Gwen Speeth
59:27
Is there a controlled vocabulary?
Carol Chiodo
01:03:34
Please, if you have any questions on getting the Colab notebook open, you can ask for help in the chat
Joshua Lupkin
01:03:52
it is requiring a google login
Robin Wendler
01:04:37
ERROR: albumentations 0.1.12 has requirement imgaug<0.2.7,>=0.2.5, but you'll have imgaug 0.2.9 which is incompatible.
Carol Chiodo
01:04:38
Shout out to Jeff Steward for agreeing to make this data available!
Susan Radovsky
01:04:43
One question on this bit: To do this, click on the menu above and select the option Runtime > Restart runtime.
Susan Radovsky
01:04:52
Not sure about which menu is meant.
Susan Radovsky
01:04:56
OK, will wait!
Robin Wendler
01:13:32
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'dvt_workshop'
Robin Wendler
01:14:17
Never mind.
Carol Chiodo
01:17:17
How is everybody? Good?
Bettina Smith
01:17:19
what does the GPU runtime message mean?
rhea lesage
01:17:34
all good!
Bettina Smith
01:18:53
thanks!
Gwen Speeth
01:23:08
My brain is exploding from so much useful/fascinating information at once
Susan Radovsky
01:24:03
+1 x 12!
Carol Chiodo
01:24:12
Great to hear!
Carol Chiodo
01:25:26
This takes time - be patient
Angela Dressen
01:28:21
I get the answer: 4 person, 1 dog,2 ties…..
Angela Dressen
01:28:53
Yes
Angela Dressen
01:29:01
But that it found the ties is so funny
Angela Dressen
01:29:10
559
Shalimar White
01:29:59
My image (125) broke up a single baby into 3 people
Christine Eslao
01:30:10
I’ve been surprised, when running the demos on your web site, how often it finds (or thinks it finds) ties. It loves #menswear!
Susan Radovsky
01:30:28
Yes, mine has ties, too!
Carol Chiodo
01:30:47
Sunday best for the portrait photographers
Susan Radovsky
01:30:56
Exactly!
Christine Eslao
01:31:20
Have yet to see it find a bow tie or pocket square, but I’m holding out hope
Susan Radovsky
01:31:23
I wonder what it would do with our virtual backgrounds on Zoom!!!
Bettina Smith
01:32:37
does Harvard have any plans to integrate tools like this into our search platforms?
Susan Radovsky
01:33:05
Mine seems to be stuck at 975 of 1000. Can I run the next step anyway?
Susan Radovsky
01:34:35
Oh, good — thank you!
Cole D Crawford
01:34:45
If the little icon on the top left of the cell is no longer spiraling, that means the cell is no longer running
Susan Radovsky
01:35:15
That is very helpful - thanks to all!
Cole D Crawford
01:35:45
Is any part of this bandwidth or local machine resource dependent? Mine seemed to run a lot faster.
Susan Radovsky
01:36:24
I am contemplating an 18th century Gothic called Spinning Wheel of Death.
Susan Radovsky
01:37:17
I’ll be quiet!!!
Lauren Tilton
01:37:22
Love it!
Susan Radovsky
01:37:32
And bad jokes.
Robin Wendler
01:41:41
That makes me wonder about associating date ranges with terms/categories.
penley knipe
01:44:35
I love this but I have another meeting. Will you share the recording? Thank you for this workshop!
Carol Chiodo
01:44:47
Yes, we will.
Lauren Tilton
01:44:55
Thank you for coming!
penley knipe
01:44:58
Thank you very much!
Christine Eslao
01:45:00
Is there an easy way to see the list of potential objects that this script is set up to detect? (Apologies if you already covered this)
Christine Eslao
01:49:36
Thanks!
Erinlea McGowan-Moniz
01:52:46
550 gives a creepy collection.
Christine Eslao
01:52:54
999 gives small children
Christine Eslao
01:53:23
Oh wow, 550
Susan Radovsky
01:53:37
You’re not kidding, Erinlea!
Erinlea McGowan-Moniz
01:53:45
Babies and coffins
Christine Eslao
01:54:08
Vertical wall textures?
Robin Wendler
01:54:20
It looks like corrupt images come up in the set for 600.
Susan Radovsky
01:54:25
967 was much more banal!
William Connor
01:54:43
336 is an architectural model, which is of interest for architecture people
Christine Eslao
01:55:10
Disappointingly, 666 is just palm trees and vehicles
Susan Radovsky
01:55:59
Some people think palm trees and vehicles might be exactly apt for 666.
Jess Cohen-Tanugi
01:58:29
It’s python so shouldn’t we be checking 665? It looks much more appropriate :)
Susan Radovsky
01:58:40
LOL
Erinlea McGowan-Moniz
01:58:55
Fair point, Jess!
Lauren Tilton
02:00:13
665… love it!
Christine Eslao
02:01:33
I found one image of… questionable costuming
Christine Eslao
02:02:00
(But I’m not finding anything similar to that image, thankfully…?)
Susan Radovsky
02:02:54
I really appreciate the clear, thoughtsu pressntation that we could all try out!
Carol Chiodo
02:03:03
https://harvard.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b2cTP0zwv3xqaSG
Lauren Tilton
02:03:10
https://github.com/amenglong/art_generation_cnn
Susan Radovsky
02:03:13
thoughtful presentation, I meant!
Lauren Tilton
02:03:35
The list of objects!
Christine Eslao
02:03:40
Thanks!
rhea lesage
02:03:41
This was an excellent workshop! Thank you so much, Carol, Lauren, and Taylor for all the work you put into this to make it understandable. And the technology all worked!! Brava!
Carol Chiodo
02:05:03
Qualtrics survey here: https://harvard.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b2cTP0zwv3xqaSG
Lauren Tilton
02:05:11
https://distant-viewing.github.io/dvt/index.html
Robin Wendler
02:06:27
Is the list in that git repo? Sorry to be dim.
Lauren Tilton
02:07:08
https://github.com/nightrome/cocostuff/blob/master/labels.md
Kelly O'Neill
02:07:48
This was awesome. I fully agree with Rhea. Thank you!
Joshua Lupkin
02:07:50
Excellent workshop
Susan Radovsky
02:07:51
Thank you so much!
Robin Wendler
02:07:53
Thanks, that was fantastic!
Bettina Smith
02:07:53
Thanks so much, this was really enlightening!
Sarah Hoke
02:07:55
Thank you so much! This was excellent, much appreciated!
Reed Lowrie
02:08:00
Thanks!
Andrew Woods
02:08:01
Thanks so much. This has been fantastic!
Christine Eslao
02:08:03
Thanks so much for putting this together!
Christine Eslao
02:08:05
This was lovely
Melanie Wisner
02:08:09
This was fun and riveting!
Shalimar White
02:08:11
Thank you!
Lauren Tilton
02:08:11
Thank y’all so much!!
Susan Radovsky
02:08:24
It was quite thrilling!
Tadhg O Halloran
02:08:28
Great stuff, thanks a million