Open AXES is an output of the AXES European project and can be used for multimedia content analysis. It is freely available on OW2.
The MediaEval 2015 season kicks off with the MediaEval Multimedia Benchmark Task Survey. Be part of it.
The AXES Public Demo is out now! It is based on several hours of publicly available videos (e.g. from the Internet Archive).
The AXES Project is on FIAT / IFTA 2014.
AXES partners will be active in the session “Media archiving and restoration – what’s in store?” on the IBC conference in Amsterdam.
“From Audience to User: Engaging with Audiovisual Heritage” is the motto of the EUScreenXL conference in Rome at the end of October.
The eChallenges e-2014 Conference takes place in Belfast, Northern lreland. It fosters ICT related entrepreneurship and innnovation, share experiences, increase awareness of innovative applied ICT applications and research results.
CBMI brings together communities involved in all aspects of content-based multimedia indexing, retrieval, browsing and presentation. The 12th edition of the workshop will take place in Klagenfurt, Austria from June 18th to June 20th 2014.
“Just google it” – The transition from analogue to digital archives and the recent explosion of online content offers researchers novel ways of engaging with data. Paper published at HRIDigital, University of Sheffield
AXES partner will present a paper (“WePIGE: The WebLab Provenance Information Generator and Explorer”) at the 17th EDBT / ICDT International Conference on Extending Database Technology, Athens, Greece from March 24-28, 2014.
How do Journalists search for audiovisual material on the web?