Search Results for Tag: digital archives
Media and Foreign Policy in the Digital Age
When: 22 – 24 June 2015
Where: World Conference Center, Bonn, Germany
What is it?
The Global Media Forum is Deutsche Welle’s yearly main media conference. It is organized and lead by Deutsche Welle focusing on the media’s role in the world. Every year it attracts more than 2,000 participants from around the world bringing together experts from the fields of media, politics, culture, business, development cooperation and academia.
DateFriday, June 19th, 2015
You ever wondered how to make a visual search in a video? You would like to look for a particular person, a well-known politician or a person of contemporary history? You need to find a particular object such as a car, a house or a building? If you currently want to make these kinds of searches on your video collection, you may have a hard time. Use AXES!
DateWednesday, June 10th, 2015
TagsASR, digital archives, information retrieval, Linking, open source, OW2, self-learning, Visual Search, Weblab
DateTuesday, October 21st, 2014
TagsAXES, digital archives, FIAT/IFTA, information retrieval, Search beyond Metadata, Visual searches
Tired of prolonged searches and fast forwarding while looking for the right video segment? You want to be able to find variations of a certain image? Use novel search techniques like speech recognition, face detection and similarity search in order to quickly find what you are looking for!
The clip shows the vision of AXES. A key aspect of this EU project is to detect and extract visual data such as faces, objects, places and events.
DateThursday, September 26th, 2013
Archives are not considered that important. Well, up until the moment when someone searches for something. One specifically difficult type of content is raw video footage. Can innovative media clouds help? Find out at IBC2013 in Amsterdam, from September 12. – 17. 2013, meet us at booth 14.380.
DateThursday, September 12th, 2013
The volume of digital information streams is constantly increasing. How can journalists keep track of an almost unmanageable flood of data without getting “lost in the jungle”?
Social media channels generate new information every minute every single day. Journalists not only have to monitor and research this information, but also separate out true important data from mere noise and misinformation or even fake content.
Come and join us at the Scoopcamp 2013 in Hamburg!
DateWednesday, August 28th, 2013
Tagsauthor: Kay Macquarrie, AXES, digital archives, digital journalism, event detection, information retrieval, online journalism, search techniques, social media
Novel search methods in archives
AXES is about digital archives. Archives and libraries face great novel opportunities with modern computer technology. Connecting single items and creating relationships among audios, videos and images is a big step in the direction of an interconnected and semantic archive.
If only you would knew what’s in your archive! AXES develops technologies to help you do just that: to interact with audiovisual libraries, helping users to discover, browse, search and enrich archives. AXES technology such as face recognition and speech transcription will open up audiovisual digital libraries and increase their exposure to the European public.
Deutsche Welle is a user partner and contributes to news use cases, user validation and dissemination.
The project runs from Jan 2011 – Dec 2014
Bring me to the AXES website
DateFriday, November 2nd, 2012