In our final post about our image classification pilot, we explore the results of using a model which can classify a digitised cultural heritage object in multiple ways, and share our future plans for this work.
The Europeana Aggregators' Forum is always working to make cultural heritage available through Europeana and share it with new audiences. Read on to find out more about their recent activities and events!
With 23 June marking Olympic Day, the Netherlands Institute of Sound and Vision share work they have been doing to make new sporting heritage available through Europeana and encourage audiences to engage with their sports heritage.
The National Library of France (BnF) has recently launched a new digital strategy - we speak to Céline Leclaire, Strategic content production officer, to explore the strategy and what it means for the organisation’s digital transformation.
Previously, we introduced you to the Europeana Foundation’s image classification pilot, for which we had selected a target vocabulary and gathered a dataset to train a model to classify images from digitised cultural heritage. In this post, we analyse the results of the training, identify some challenges with our current approach, and propose future lines of work!
In June 2021 the Europeana Aggregators’ Forum and Europeana Foundation will hold the first ever Aggregators’ Fair! If you're interested in bringing your content to new audiences, meeting the people who work behind the scenes to make cultural heritage available through Europeana and receiving guidance and training from experts in this field, read on to find out more and register!