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bloomen_logo Bloomen is about using blockchain technology for better media content management. Among other things, the project aims to explore wether it’s possible to tag *every* item produced and used by media with a small identifier (“hash”) — which would make the cumbersome job of handling intellectual properties and paying creators much easier.
-> Official Bloomen Website
-> Bloomen on Twitter
cpn_logo_2017 CPN (short for Content Personalisation Network) experiments with innovative ways of serving a personalised news experience. The aim is to develop a flexible service layer that allows for the distribution of content from various sources to different devices based on the consumption patterns and direct input from end-users.
-> Official CPN Website
-> CPN on Twitter
eubg_logo_new_2017 euBusinessGraph aims to build a web tool able to provide EU-wide business data in a new and standardized way. The software will help journalists discover and visualize hidden connections and patterns.
-> Official euBusinessGraph Website
-> euBusinessGraph on Twitter
GoURMET aims to develop a sustainable machine translation platform for under-resourced language pairs and domains as well as accompanying tools for analysts and journalists. The project name is an acronym for Global Under-Resourced Media Translation.
LIMES (= Livestreaming & Mixed Reality Management System) is about making livestreams more appealing by adding virtual content layers that allow for interaction and access to in-depth information.
MultiDrone is about creating an innovative intelligent multi-drone team platform for media production.
-> Official MultiDrone website
-> MultiDrone on Twitter
news_bridge_logo news.bridge is a DNI human language technology project dedicated to making audiovisual (news) content available in virtually any language.
-> Official news.bridge website
-> news.bridge on Twitter
V4Design is a project dedicated to repurposing visual and textual content for architecture, design, and virtual reality games.
-> Official V4Design Website
-> V4Design on Facebook
-> V4Design on Twitter 
WeVerify addresses content verification challenges through a participatory verification approach, using open source algorithms, low-overhead human-in-the-loop machine learning, and intuitive visualizations.
-> WeVerify on Twitter 


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This page is under construction. More project descriptions, links, and resources coming soon.


Tuesday, January 17th, 2017