Research talks, developer presentations and lightning talks. Handwriting recognition, automated record transcription, data modeling, machine learning, natural language processing, visualization, human interaction, user experience. Any technology that makes family history better.External Website
The Family History Technology Workshop has been held for 17 years, at both BYU and at RootsTech in Salt Lake City. Attendees include researchers, software developers, and professionals, brought together by their shared passion for improving family history technology.
Computer Science Department
Brigham Young University
3361 TMCB PO Box 26576
Provo, Utah 84602