EuropeanaTech x AI: The Qurator Project
How can Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) help us enrich and research cultural heritage collections? With the help of innovative projects from the cultural heritage sector, our new webinar series "EuropeanaTech x AI" will discuss questions around the chances and challenges related to applying AI and ML to cultural heritage collections with you and present projects and people who are reflecting on exactly these matters.
In this session, we will introduce the Qurator project: In all domains and sectors, the demand for intelligent systems to support the processing and generation of digital content is rapidly increasing. The availability of vast amounts of content and the pressure to publish new content quickly and in rapid succession requires faster, more efficient and smarter processing and generation methods. The Qurator project (https://qurator.ai), funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, develops an innovative technology platform that provides services to support knowledge workers in various industries to address the challenges they face when curating digital content. The speakers will introduce you to their Project and present three use cases for AI in cultural heritage curation.
- Qurator: A brief overview (Georg Rehm, DFKI)
- Semantic Storytelling (Stefan Grill, 3pc/Xinnovations)
- Image Garden (Joachim Quantz, ART+COM)
- Qurator in the Library (Clemens Neudecker, Berlin State Library)
A panel discussion on AI and Digital Transformation in the cultural heritage sector will conclude the session.
The webinar series “EuropeanaTech x AI” takes place every two weeks, beginning on 23 April. Each session will introduce a new project or research topic related to AI in the cultural heritage sector. In the concluding session (date to be announced), we will meet with all the speakers on a virtual marketplace to mingle, discuss the projects and exchange ideas.
- Georg Rehm (DFKI)
- Stefan Grill (3pc/Xinnovations)
- Joachim Quantz (ART+COM)
- Clemens Neudecker (Berlin State Library)
- Moderator: Larissa Borck
Find out more about the series here.