A database of Welsh tweets is being used to identify the characteristics of an evolving language.
To launch our month-long focus on digital humanities research, Professor John Rink and Professor Simon Goldhill – Co-Directors of Cambridge’s Digital Humanities Network – explain how digital tools are transforming scholarship in Cambridge.
Research shows that intimate personal attributes can be predicted with high levels of accuracy from ‘traces’ left by seemingly innocuous digital behaviour, in this case Facebook Likes. The study raises important questions about personalised marketing and online privacy.
A ranking produced by Econsultancy has listed the University’s website as the most visible Russell Group website on some of the biggest social media networks.