Daniel van Strien is a Digital Curator working at the British Library. He is interested in digital scholarship, particularly in how machine learning can support research and BAU activities in the heritage sector. He has experience in Digital Scholarship, Data Management and leading and working on Machine Learning projects - including computer vision and Natural Language Processing - and has a particular passion for making these more accessible to others.
November 10th, 2022 | Season 2 | 57 mins 28 secs
ai, archives, computer-vision, data-science, libraries, machine-learning
This week I spoke with Daniel van Strien, a digital curator working at the British Library. Daniel has worked on a number of projects at the intersection of archives, libraries and machine learning and I was really happy to have the chance to get to unpack some of the ways he's finding to apply these techniques and tools.