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Using AI to Access and Experience Cultural Heritage

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4 Author(s)
Hardman, L. ; Interactive Inf. Access Group, Centrum Wiskunde & Inf., Amsterdam ; Aroyo, L. ; van Ossenbruggen, J. ; Hyvonen, E.

The digital age is transforming cultural heritage in methods of both creation and preservation. Whereas once we collected objects such as books, sculptures, statues, and paintings, we now also face the preservation and the archiving of digital artifacts. These might be digital representations of physical objects or purely digital creations that are culturally significant and worthy of preservation in their own right, such as interactive works of art, blogs, or even the World Wide Web itself. Intelligent systems can be used at different stages of creation, identification, preservation, authentication, and retrieval of these digital assets.

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Intelligent Systems, IEEE  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 2 )