Digital Humanities Consulting
From databases of thousands of artworks, to collections of millions of images, to immense corpuses of ancient texts, the Humanities continue to generate larger, richer, more-complex datasets. Scholars, researchers, universities and libraries are increasingly turning to high-tech tools like data mining, neural networks, and machine vision to help them understand and work with these massive new sources of data. When these digital tools come together with traditional methods of humanistic inquiry, new insights, ideas and discoveries are made possible.
What We Do
Gado Images works with universities, libraries, museums, arts organizations and other institutions to provide strategic guidance on Digital Humanities initiatives, manage Digital Humanities projects, and build innovative tools to gather, process and understand massive Humanities datasets.