Seeking to address one of the principles of the Enrichments Policy for the common European data space for cultural heritage, the Europeana Foundation R&D team has created a first version of a methodology for evaluating and validating the results of (automatic) enrichment efforts.
Europeana Copyright Office Hours was back on 16 May with a session on artificial intelligence and its implications for digital cultural heritage. This session was co-organised with the Europeana Network Association’s Research and EuropeanaTech communities. Read the answers to the questions under discussion and join future sessions!
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 EuropeanaTech AI in relation to GLAMs Task Force worked to develop an overview of artificial intelligence (AI) in European digital cultural heritage Research and Development projects. Explore highlights and findings from the report below!