EuropeanaTech is excited to invite proposals for the assembly of Artificial Intelligence/ Machine Learning (AI/ML) datasets drawn from the extensive collections on the Europeana website. Two proposals will be selected to receive a financial stipend of €2,500 each, to support the production, documentation and publication of the datasets.
The Europeana website provides access to digital representations of millions of cultural heritage objects from all over Europe, and we want to give our audiences the best possible experience when exploring them. In this post, we tell you how we are working with our aggregators to address the issue of broken links.
Europeana and DARIAH work to improve the conditions of access to cultural institutions’ digital collections and support the academic community in reusing digital cultural heritage for research purposes.
Aggregating linked data has the potential to improve data interoperability at global scale. A linked data pilot, developed as part of the Europeana Common Culture project, has investigated this potential, and in this post we take a look at what it achieved.