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On Tuesday 14 September, an online study day on Image & Data Processing in the Cultural Heritage Sector will take place in the context of the ADOCHS project.
While morning presentations will shed light on the project results to improve the quality of the files produced in the context of heritage digitisation, those of the afternoon will open the discussion on the possible follow-up of this project and the evolution of our organisations in the light of artificial intelligence.
9:30 Introduction (Nico Wouters – AGR/CegeSoma)
PART 1 – RESULTS OF THE ADOCHS PROJECT
9:45 Data Quality in the cultural heritage sector: from an image processing perspective (Tan Lu – KBR/VUB)
10:15 Quality Management in a Heritage and Documentary Digitisation Project (Chloé Brault – CegeSoma)
11:00 Paying down the ‘Metadata debt’: a way to invest in user experience (Anne Chardonnens – CegeSoma/ULB)
11:30 Presentation of Data Science Lab (Ann Dooms – VUB & Frédéric Lemmers – KBR)
11:40 Presentation of Data.kbr.be (Sally Chambers – KBR / Ughent)
11:50 Conclusion of the morning (Tan Lu – VUB/KBR)
PART 2 – ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN LIBRARIES, ARCHIVES & MUSEUMS
14:00 Introduction (Ann Dooms – VUB)
14:10 Collection computing, computational collections. Data as performative knowledge and live heritage (Chris Tanasescu)
14:40 Mixing computers and cultural heritage – challenges and opportunities in cross-disciplinary collaborations (Marieke van Erp – KNAW Humanities Cluster)
15:10 Computer vision and digital libraries: feedback from the BnF (Jean-Philippe Moreux (BnF)
15:40 Conclusion of the afternoon presentations (Frédéric Lemmers – KBR)
16:10 Session posters
16:35 Break out rooms with researchers
Registration to the online study day is free but mandatory.
Please book a ticket on Hopin.com.
- CegeSoma (State Archives of Belgium)
- KBR (Royal Library of Belgium)
- Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
- Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)
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