James Hetherington discusses the need to be both 'the craftsperson and the scholar'.

James Hetherington discusses the need to be both 'the craftsperson and the scholar'.

Data and computers and code and people; how are UCL bringing them all together?
James is Director of the Advanced Research Computing Centre at UCL. In this episode he talks about the practical application of data intensive research; what does NLP mean to a historian, now able to read every book written in the 19th century at once? James is looking to expand his team. If ARCC sounds like the place for you head to: https://www.linkedin.com/school/university-college-london/life/advancedresearchcomputing/

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