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Following the concept of human memory Forget IT aims to create a framework which will bring “managed forgetting” to TYPO3 CMS. It will provide semantic annotation, intelligent preservation and ...

Following the concept of human memory Forget IT aims to create a framework which will bring “managed forgetting” to TYPO3 CMS. It will provide semantic annotation, intelligent preservation and managed archiving of content objects. Learn what dkd plans for 2014 and how you can contribute.

While preservation of digital content is now well established in memory institutions such as national libraries and archives, it is still in its infancy in most other organizations, and even more so for personal content. ForgetIT combines three new concepts to ease the adoption of preservation in the personal and organizational context.

Managed Forgetting:
Managed Forgetting models resource selection as a function of attention and significance dynamics. It is inspired by the important role of forgetting in human memory and focuses on characteristic signals of reduction in salience.

Synergetic Preservation:
Synergetic Preservation crosses the chasm that exists between active information use and preservation management by making intelligent preservation processes an integral part of the content lifecycle in information management.

Contextualized Remembering:
Contextualized Remembering targets keeping preserved content meaningful and useful. It will be based on a process of dynamic evolution-­aware contextualization.

Impact on TYPO3 CMS:
Together with the TYPO3 community and selected pilot customers, dkd will work on establishing the respective extensions to provide these concepts to TYPO3 CMS and its user base.

Olivier will introduce you the project, its concepts and the framework architecture. The past year has been used to define these and a solid foundation was laid.

We elaborated the design and functional requirements by using two use cases (I. Press release, II. DAM integration into the backend).

The current year in the project will be used to create a first and working implementation.

What does this mean for you?
After a short break, a joint brainstorming about how you can be involved and what potential benefits would be, shall take place.

Things to look at will be:

* the value of content objects
* semantic annotation and contextualization
* memory buoyancy, allowing mechanics to forget content over time
* utilization of open standards like CMIS, ODATA, Stanbol

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    ForgetIT: Beyond the page: Giving content a meaning and value ForgetIT: Beyond the page: Giving content a meaning and value Presentation Transcript

    • Concise Preservation by combining Managed Forgetting and Contextualized Remembering
    • Olivier Dobberkau (R&D) T3DD2014! Beyond the page - Giving content a meaning and value! TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven About Olivier Dobberkau R&D dkd President of TYPO3 Association @TReverendNeverend
    • The problem
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Welcome to the digital, information age... …a never ending flood of content! Technology enables us to produce nearly unlimited data We are still „hunters and collectors“ somehow Currently storage space feels to be „infinite“, but resources on earth are limited sooner or later Velocity of innovation/evolution of technology increases, which brings new technology/formats/standard at an increasing frequency
 -> so how do we handle this?
    • Storage capacity is ever increasing Prices for storage are falling
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Easy - let‘s keep everything! There’s a lot more costs Retrieval Maintenance Indexing Updates Deprecated formats
    • Should we really keep everything as it was created ?
    • “The digital dark age is a possible future situation where it will be difficult or impossible to read historical electronic documents and multimedia, because they have been stored in an obsolete and obscure file format.” Wikipedia
    • How do we tackle this?
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven What is preservation? “Preservation — The protection of cultural property through activities that minimize chemical and physical deterioration and damage and that prevent loss of informational content. The primary goal of preservation is to prolong the existence of cultural property.” Preservation 101
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Preserving a website is not trivial What do want you preserve? Content only? Content and Design? How often? Stock prices vs. Company History page How do you deal with browser differences? How do you preserve functionality? E.g. insurance fee calculator
    • The project
    • Concise Preservation by combining Managed Forgetting and Contextualized Remembering
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven The project Deliver a framework for intelligent preservation, incl. pilot applications (personal use case, organizational use case) that already bring value to their target groups.
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven The Project EU research project Part of the Seventh framework programme Countries involved : Germany, Sweden, Israel, Turkey, Greece, United Kingdom, Italy Project duration: 2013/2016
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Core concepts Synergetic Preservation Contextualised Remembering Managed Forgetting
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Core values Preservation valueMemory buoyancy
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Memory buoyancy and preservation value
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Memory buoyancy and preservation value Digital preservation
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Memory buoyancy and preservation value Digital preservation Forgetting without context
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Memory buoyancy and preservation value Digital preservation Forgetting without context Preservation with learning
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Memory buoyancy and preservation value Digital preservation Forgetting without context Preservation with context Preservation with learning
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Memory buoyancy and preservation value Digital preservation Forgetting without context Managed digital preservation Preservation with context Preservation with learning
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Memory buoyancy and preservation value Archive or delete Digital preservation Forgetting without context Managed digital preservation Preservation with context Preservation with learning
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Memory buoyancy and preservation value Archive or delete Information not neededDigital preservation Forgetting without context Managed digital preservation Preservation with context Preservation with learning
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Use cases Organizational Preservation Personal Preservation
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Organizational use case Organizational Preservation Digital Asset Management Versioning Archiving a complete Website Individual genres and their specific requirements Example: Press Release
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Business case / Value preposition Creating metrics to actually „measure“ the value of content is unique to ForgetIT and will be a USP Sustainable and integrated tools to manage the process of preservation, which is new to CMS systems The utilized standards (e.g. CMIS, ODATA, STANBOL, etc.) and newly created tools within the context of TYPO3 CMS will lead to CMS interoperability and thus prevent future loss of content due to technological evolution (see „preventing the digital dark age“)
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Content Value Performance Indicators:
 Potential dimensions to look at: Production Inner relevance Outer relevance „Meaning" Effort References Social Media relevance Context Complexity Page impressions Google page rank Ontologies Versions TYPO3 CMS
 page rank Backlinks Annotation … Memory Buoyancy … … …
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Why TYPO3 CMS? Open source large base of installation Want to create awareness on the concept of preservation
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Architecture
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven
    • Technology
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) Standard allowing interoperability between CMS Abstraction layer Defined domain model OASIS Standard
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Semantic web A web that can be processed by machines Resource Description Framework (RDF)
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Ontologies / Domains Semantic relations in Content industry specific
 concepts ! geography,
 time,
 abstract concepts ! ! company related products, events,
 concepts, ... This is our set of concepts to annotate content with! during creation/update flows over time as the basis for defining value future „smart semantic“ editing
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven But - what does semantic annotation mean? How does it look to us in a press release (tt_news)? „.. to announce, that the Global Toy fare will be held in Nuremberg on February 12th, 2014. LEGO will be presenting it products in Hall ... “ company 
 event common
 geography common
 date industry concept
 of a brand
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Suggestion how to tackle this from dkd: Treat semantics like learning the system a foreign (company) language Implementing a semantic „overlay“ within the backend, so that during the creation/update of content annotation can happen Suggest annotations if the backend already knows a word/concept Using these content annotations to level up DAM in TYPO3CMS Integrating semantic search in back end and front end Connect DAM to the Media Mixer from ForgetIT Framework
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Text summarization Generation of visual summaries! • Content Detection analyzes a document to determine which sections are useful in terms of content (e.g. removing the generic menus in a web page; avoids irrelevant material biasing the summary)! • TermRaider extracts representative, weighted terms (words, entities etc.) from documents which can provide a summary (e.g. as a term cloud)
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Outlook: Semantic text composition Semantic text editor! • Tool for inferring and suggesting semantic annotations for text while it is being composed
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Outlook: Semantic text composition Semantic text editor components! • Editor! − An extended version of the open-source HTML-based rich text editor CKEditor, which allows for annotating and tracking arbitrary parts of the text ! • Natural Language Processing component! − Named entity recognition locates and classifies atomic elements in text into predefined categories such as people, organizations, and locations! − Coreference resolution identifies which words refer to which things in a text! − Relation extraction extracts binary relations from the text being composed! • Linked Open Data component! − Entity disambiguation distinguishes between different entities that have similar or identical names! − Relation extraction searches for relations among entities! − Context inference finds contextual information about entities mentioned in the text
    • Annotation/Contextualisation of Images
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Image analysis ForgetIT visual analysis technologies demonstrator! • Concept detection and feature extraction! • Visual quality assessment! • Image clustering! • Face detection http://multimedia.iti.gr/ForgetIT/CostaRica/demonstrator.html
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Image feature extraction and concept detection
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Image clustering for summarization
    • Want to support the ForgetIT project? How to get involved?
    • Ideas
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Code contributions
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Test and evaluate
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Take our survey! (1/2) Organizational Preservation http://bit.ly/U65uL6
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Take our survey! (2/2) Personal Preservation http://bit.ly/1kJPNhZ
    • Timeline
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Timeline 2013 • D10.3 • Mockups • Proof of concept 2014 • Architecture • FAL • Semantic UI / Layer • DAM Dashboard • Log Aggregation Toolkit 2015 • Content value framework 2016 • Final
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven D10.1 Research Analysis Application Design Application Logic and Workflow
    • Mockups
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Use Case I: Press release Use case I: Press release • Creating a press release • Adding meta data • Semantic annotation
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Ingest press release Automatic annotation • Initiated by user • Add entity to own ontology • Color coded according to type
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Ingest press release Manual annotation • Selection from text or clipboard • Add entity to own ontology
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Use Case II: Preservation-aware digital asset management Use Case II: Preservation-aware digital asset management • Searching for assets • Managing digital assets • Handling digital assets
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven
    • Summary
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Where to find us http://www.forgetit-project.eu
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Contact @ForgetITProject Olivier Dobberkau olivier.dobberkau@dkd.de
    • TYPO3 Developer Days, 19/22 June 2014, Eindhoven Call to Action Join our efforts in creating: a semantic layer in TYPO3 CMS defining the future of DAM within the TYPO3 world establishing content value measures preparing TYPO3 and our customers to manage forgetting and preservation of content
    • Thank you for your attention!