This week, the major digital humanities conference in Kraków takes place; apparently some 900 digital humanist will partake. The program looks really interesting – it can be found here – and I will do a presentation on Thursday entitled, “SpotiBot–Turing testing Spotify”. Basically, my take will be based on an article (written by me and Humlab developer, Roger Mähler), that was submitted to the journal Digital Humanities Quaterly a month ago (or so). Slides and the PDF of the lecture (as it stands at the moment) can be downloaded here: snickars_slides_DH16 and snickars_talk_DH16. I do look forward to the conference.