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Talk given at the CARARE Final Policy Conference at The National Museums of Denmark in Copenhagen, November 8-9 2012.

Talk given at the CARARE Final Policy Conference at The National Museums of Denmark in Copenhagen, November 8-9 2012.

http://www.carare.eu/eng/Activities/CARARE-Final-Conference

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  • First off I consider The National Museum of Denmark a grand institution and I’m very very proud to work there!
  • The museum is more than 200 years old and holds collections of millions of objects and images – and huge amounts of data.Significant amounts of resources are spent here as well.
  • And all our efforts are guide by this statement:Our mission: to embody and develop the prerequisites for everyone to be able to gain insight into cultural heritage.It might seem a little clunky, but that’s my poor translation.
  • So these volumes are basically multiplied by the new mechanics of communicating and creating together have changed things up rendering broadcast idiom rather weak compaired to these networked kinds of collaboration.Sharing has been accelerated hugely in the past years! And that because broadcast is no longer the best or preferred method for sharing information and knowledge.
  • Two years ago, London Museum launched an app called London Streetmuseum.It’s pretty basic, you can check it out in the respective app stores, but they kind of visualised is like this.
  • Old images of places perfectly aligned with new photos of the same places.For a museum professional, this is the stuff of wet dreams...
  • Imagine getting this delivered on your phone.We use phones for augmented reality these days...
  • And speaking of phones.We think the iPhone is pretty cool and clever - and the really old phones, they’re just silly right?But hey! Todays augmented reality, running around with your tiny screen in front you you, that’s silly too.Cool augmented reality is building geotagged imagery into contact lensens!!Imagine our kids, walking home from work in 2027 wearing these – being fed with todays massive amounts of image-collections.That’s a timemachine!!
  • So if we want to build a timemachine, we need these.Geocoordinates. And we need them on our images.And we need them on ALL our images to be able to ”paint the world with history”.
  • So back to our mission here at The National Museum
  • And how doing stuff to make really cool augmented reality possible at some point in thime feeds into it...
  • Our mission: to embody and develop the prerequisites for everyone to be able to gain insight into cultural heritage.This is my own poor translation...
  • Our mission: to embody and develop the prerequisites for everyone to be able to gain insight into cultural heritage.This is my own poor translation...

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  • Digital HeritagePrinciples, tactics, trends and perspectives Jacob R. Wang, CARARE Final policy Conference 8-9 November 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark Photo: http://preparingyourfamily.com
  • The National Museum of Denmark Established 1807 550 employees | 1 million hours | 35 million Euro
  • MISSIONThe National Museum embody and develop the prerequisites for everyone to be able to gain insight into cultural history
  • Zuse Z3 (1943)
  • 1950s - Invented and developed1990s - Commercially available2000s - Exponential growth all over
  • We’re here
  • New social, communication, learning, creation, sharing mechanics Graphics from Smithsonian Learning Model >> CLICK ME
  • Social Local Mobile Web 2.0 Semantic Web, Internet of things, Singularity Built for the early web + broadcastPhoto: http://preparingyourfamily.com
  • What to do?
  • The strategist”I will predict the future, and use this to carefully planour work in the years to come!”
  • Strategi & Vision
  • WHAT’S IN THE CRYSTAL BALL?Relevant trends and disruptive toolsFurther SoLoMo, Semantic Web, Internet of things, Naturalinterfaces, Image recognition, Augmented Reality, EmbeddedSensors, Artificial Intelligence
  • WHAT CAN WE DO NOW?Pick principles and tactics + do stuffGovernment 2.0, Linked Open Data, Copyright Policy,Infrastructure, Digitisation, Metadata production, Devops,Lean Startup methodologies
  • An example… Augmented Reality
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  • MissionThe National Museum embody and develop the prerequisites foreveryone to achieve insight in cultural heritage
  • Geotagging content MissionThe National Museum embody and develop the prerequisites foreveryone to achieve insight in cultural heritage Painting the world with the past Seamless Augmented Reality
  • Another example… Artificial intelligence
  • Deep BlueKasparov vs Deep Blue (1997)
  • Watson Intro 01Human race vs Watson (2011) Link
  • WATSONWatson is an artificial intelligence computer system capableof answering questions posed in natural language (…) Watson Intro 02Watson has access to 200 million pages of structured andunstructured content (…) including the full text of Wikipedia. Paraphrase based on WikipediaCONTENT?Encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri, newswire articles, literary works,databases, taxonomies, ontologies
  • In the future we’ll have Watson in our pockets! So what to do now?
  • MISSIONThe National Museum embody and develop the prerequisites for everyone to be able to gain insight into cultural history
  • Digitalisation MISSION The National Museum embody and develop the prerequisites for everyone to be able to gain insight into cultural history”Cultural Heritage Watson” in your pocket
  • THE DIGITAL NATIONAL MUSEUM Openness, Accessibility, Transparency Digital workspace development Digital literacy We’re putting the pedal to the metal!
  • THE DIGITAL NATIONAL MUSEUM Full digitisation and accessibility (by 2020) Massive representation in Europeana Infrastructure development Collection crowdsourcing ...and many other things!
  • Thank you!