AI4HI-2020 Online Workshop

All participants are required to register. The registration is free of charge, however only members who are registered will be allowed to participate.

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The Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Historical Image Enrichment and Access (AI4HI-2020) are available for download here.

Schedule

All times referred to are GMT +1 (Ireland Standard Time)

May 25, 2020

14:30-16:00Session 1
Chair: Yalemisew Abgaz, Dublin City University
Co-chair: Amelie Dorn, Austrian Academy of Sciences
14:30-14:40Welcoming Speech
14:40-15:10 Enriching Historic Photography with Structured Data using Image Region Segmentation
Taylor Arnold and Lauren Tilton
University of Richmond
20 minutes presentation and 10 minutes discussion.
Slides
15:10-15:30 Interlinking Iconclass Data with Concepts of Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Anna Breit
Semantic Web Company
15 minutes presentation and 5 minutes discussion.
Slides

May 26, 2020

14:30-16:30Session 2
Chair: Amelie Dorn, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Co-chair: Gerda Koch, Europeana – local Austria
14:30-15:00 Toward the Automatic Retrieval and Annotation of Outsider Art images: A Preliminary Statement
John Roberto, Diego Ortego, Brian Davis
Dublin City University
20 minutes presentation and 10 minutes discussion.
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15:00-15:15Automatic Matching of Paintings and Descriptions in Art-Historic Archives using Multimodal Analysis
Christian Bartz1, Nitisha Jain2, Ralf Krestel3
1Hasso Plattner Institute, 2HPI, University of Postdam, 3Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam
10 min presentation and 5 minutes discussion
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15:15-15:30 Towards a Comprehensive Assessment of the Quality and Richness of the Europeana Metadata of food-related Images
Yalemisew Abgaz1, Amelie Dorn2, Jose Luis Preza Diaz2, Gerda Koch3
1Dublin City University, Adapt Centre, 2Austrian Academy of Sciences, 3Europeana-local Austria
10 min presentation and 5 minutes discussion
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15:30-15:50Concluding Remarks and Next Steps
Chair: Amelie Dorn