The Time Machine CSA final conference

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The final conference of the Time Machine Coordination and Support Action (CSA) will be an opportunity to learn about the results of this one-year CSA project including its strategies, goals and concrete next steps.

Time Machine aims to build the Big Data of the Past, a large-scale digitisation and computing infrastructure based on multi-scale modelling and simulation and AI technologies. This infrastructure will be used for digitising huge volumes of information from Europe’s historical archives, large museum and library collections, and geo-historical datasets that are mapping millennia of European historical and geographical evolution. Making available these vast amounts of Europe’s cultural and historical knowledge will have a profound effect on understanding Europe’s historical and societal evolutions and an impact on key sectors such as the ICT industry, creative industries, and tourism.

The project is one of the six preparatory actions addressing major technological and societal challenges in the areas of ICT for connected society selected by the European Commission in 2018.

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Tilføj til kalender2020-02-17 12:30:002020-02-17 17:30:00Title The final conference of the Time Machine Coordination and Support Action (CSA) will be an opportunity to learn about the results of this one-year CSA project including its strategies, goals and concrete next steps. Time Machine aims to build the Big Data of the Past, a large-scale digitisation and computing infrastructure based on multi-scale modelling and simulation and AI technologies. This infrastructure will be used for digitising huge volumes of information from Europe’s historical archives, large museum and library collections, and geo-historical datasets that are mapping millennia of European historical and geographical evolution. Making available these vast amounts of Europe’s cultural and historical knowledge will have a profound effect on understanding Europe’s historical and societal evolutions and an impact on key sectors such as the ICT industry, creative industries, and tourism. The project is one of the six preparatory actions addressing major technological and societal challenges in the areas of ICT for connected society selected by the European Commission in 2018. Rue Belliard 137A, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgien Europe/Copenhagenpublic
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