With lowered barriers to access and the development of new practices for Artificial Intelligence (AI), it’s no surprise that AI-related activities in the cultural heritage sector are increasing - a topic in focus on this month on Europeana Pro. We hear from Creative Commons about the questions which AI raises for copyright and the approach that they are taking.
We are delighted that the European Commission has funded six new projects under CEF Telecom 2020 calls! The programme supports the deployment of the European Commission’s Digital Service Infrastructures (DSIs), such as Europeana and Automatic Translation, across the European Union. Explore the awarded projects!
The Khalili Collections comprises eight collections of unique artefacts and art works, which have been digitised and the highlights made available to the public online. Douglas McCarthy spoke with Artistic Director Waqas Ahmed about their new partnership with Europeana.
In this post, Barbara Fischer of the Europeana Network Association Climate Group shares how they are working and collaborating with other cultural heritage movements to raise awareness of climate change in the cultural heritage sector. Find out more about a new cultural heritage climate action map and event on 19 March!
On Europeana Pro this month, we are exploring Artificial Intelligence (AI) related activities in the cultural heritage sector, and shining a light on women leading research, projects and work in this area. Today, Dr Emmanuelle Bermes of the National Library of France discusses the enormous potential of AI for large collections - and the challenge of realising it!
The Europeana Aggregators’ Forum enables cultural heritage institutions to share their content with Europeana and open it up to new audiences. We explore their activity highlights and achievements in 2020, and outline some of their priorities for 2021.
With lowered barriers to access and the development of new practices for Artificial Intelligence (AI), it’s no surprise that AI-related activities in the cultural heritage sector are increasing. EuropeanaTech Community Manager Gregory Markus introduces a Europeana Pro news theme on the topic!
In this post, we are pleased to introduce the renewed Management Board of the Europeana Network Association (ENA)! The Board leads the development of the ENA’s strategic vision, and in this post they share the activities and priorities planned for the ENA in 2021 and beyond.
We are delighted to share the first in a series of impact assessments we have conducted using and testing the Europeana Impact Playbook. The reports, carried out between 2019 - 2020, are the result of an intensive year of looking into the impact of Europeana’s work to support the digital transformation of the heritage sector. Explore the findings.
We are pleased to introduce Susan Hazan as the new Chair of the Europeana Network Association! In her first post in the role, she shares her thoughts on working boundaries and how we can all make efforts to set them.
In our ‘Professionals in Focus’ series, we speak to Europeana Network Association Members Councillors about their roles, working lives and plans for their time on the Members Council. This month, Cosmina Berta discusses her role at the German Digital Library (DDB) as well as the challenges and opportunities of heterogeneous data.
At Europeana, the ambition of ‘digital transformation’ has been at the heart of what we do for many years. Now, we have a shared working definition of digital transformation for the cultural heritage sector.