Professor Richard Marciano – Automating the review of personally identifiable information (PII) in Japanese-American WWII incarceration camp records – Unlocking our Digital Past workshop

Richard Marciano (Professor at the University of Maryland iSchool) spoke at the second Unlocking our Digital Past workshop on 16 September 2021. Richard’s talk explored the tools available for automating the review of personally identifiable information and wider computational thinking practices.

The abstract for Richard’s talk read: “A description of computational treatments of archival collections involving World War II Japanese-American Incarceration Camps. With a focus on automating the review of personally identifiable information or PII and how this approach is related to a taxonomy of Computational Thinking practices.”

You can view Richard’s presentation below:

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