Hello. I am recently thinking about objectivity and subjectivity with respect to natural
language generation, in particular in the contexts of story generation using historical
In the near future, digital humanities scholars – in particular historians – could modify
collections of data and finetune generation-related parameters, watching as resultant
multimodal historical narratives emerged and varied. In these regards, we can envision
both computer-aided and automated historical narrative generation tools and technologies.
Could AI be a long-sought objective narrator for historians? Is all narration, or all
language use, inherently subjective? What might the nature of “generation-related
parameters” and “finetuning” be for style and subjectivity  when
generating natural language and multimodal historical narratives from historical data
Thank you. Hopefully, these topics are interesting.
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