Join us on Wednesday, April 19 at 4 pm in Room LL430 for a talk on Computation Poetry by Eran Hadas.
Eran Hadas is an Israeli poet, software developer, new media artist and the author of seven books. Hadas also creates hypermedia poetry and develops software-based poetry generators. He will discuss his work of poetry in the age of computation, as well as his collaborative projects including a headset that generates peoms from EEG brain waves, and a documentarian robot that interviews people about it means to be human.
This event is sponsored by Digital Humanities and the Jewish Studies Program.