Browsing LYRASIS Research Publications by Subject "Archival materials"
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- ItemAI for Archives: Using Facial Recognition to Enhance Metadata(LYRASIS; Florida International University, 2020) Bakker, Rebecca; Rowan, Kelley; Hu, Liting; Guan, Boyuan; Li, Zhongzhou; He, Ruizhe; Monge, Christine$25,000. The goal of this research project is to determine the most effective facial recognition application for use with digitized archive images from cultural heritage institutions and provide opportunities for future development. Florida International University computer scientists and librarians will conduct qualitative assessments of facial recognition application models. This project addresses the issue of incomplete metadata within digital repositories and decreases the time involved in locating and matching images of people.
- ItemAI for Archives: Using Facial Recognition to Enhance Metadata(LYRASIS, 2019-10-03) Bakker, RebeccaThis is the slide presentation from the 2019 LYRASIS Leaders Summit documenting the Florida International University Catalyst Fund project - AI for Archives: Using Facial Recognition to Enhance Metadata.
- ItemMapping the Historic West End: The Digital History of an African American Neighborhood in Charlotte, North Carolina(LYRASIS; Johnson C. Smith University, 2018-07-31) Lunsford, Brandon$25,000 to he James B. Duke Memorial Library at Johnson C. SMith University to create a web and mobile app framework for publishing location-based content including historical photographs, documents, and oral histories that will populate a digital interactive map. The map will document the Historic West End, a vibrant 150-year old African American community that surrounds the university on the west side of Charlotte, North Carolina and is currently faced with rising gentrification and social change.
- ItemThe West End: A Digital Map Project of an Historic African American Neighborhood in Charlotte, N.C.(LYRASIS; Johnson C. Smith University, 2018-10-11) Lunsford, BrandonThis is the slide presentation from the 2017 LYRASIS Leaders Summit documenting the Johnson C. Smith University Catalyst Fund project - Mapping the Historic West End: The Digital History of an African American Neighborhood in Charlotte, North Carolina.