1st Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Cultural Heritage
AI4CH
Program

Program

Program – AI4CH @AIxIA

The workshop will take place on Monday, November 28th, the first day of AIxIA 2022. The program of the workshop includes a rich set of presentations from all the AI4CH thematic areas, and a great invited talk.

Note for speakers:

  • Contributed talks will be given a slot of ~25 minutes for long paper and ~15 for short. We would like to leave more room for discussion so we suggest to organize your time in order to reserve approximately 5 minutes for the discussion.

We are looking forward to meeting you all in Udine!

Monday 28th

10:00 — 10:15

Welcome and opening of the workshop

Chair: Stefano Ferilli

Session 1: Cultural and social perspectives I

Chair: Rossana Damiano

10:15— 10:30

Detecting the Semantic Shift of Values in Cultural Heritage Document Collections

Alfio Ferrara, Stefano Montanelli and Martin Ruskov

10:30 — 10:45

An AI-based Approach and Platform for the Preservation and Exploitation of Knowledge on the History of Computing

Stefano Ferilli, Liudmyla Matviichuk and Carla Petrocelli

   ☕ Coffee break

Session 1: Cultural and social perspectives II

Chair: Rossana Damiano

11:15 — 11:40

Egith – Engendering Data. Steps Towards an Ontology for the Representation of Gender in Cultural heritage

Selenia Anastasi, Andrea De Domenico and Marianna Nicolosi-Asmundo

Session 2: Text and NLP

Chair: Gianmaria Silvello

11:40 — 12:05

Word Spotting in Handwritten Historical Documents by N-gram Retrieval

Giuseppe De Gregorio and Angelo Marcelli

12:05 — 12:30

A New Time-sensitive Model of Linguistic Knowledge for Graph Databases

Pierpaolo Basile, Pierluigi Cassotti, Stefano Ferilli and Barbara McGillivray

12:30 — 12:45

Dynamic instance generation for few-short handwritten document layout segmentation

Axel De Nardin, Silvia Zottin, Matteo Paier, Gian Luca Foresti, Emanuela Colombi and Claudio Piciarelli

  🍔 Lunch break

Session 3: Representation and Platforms

Chair: Stefano Ferilli

14:00 — 14:25

Toward a semantic representation of geoheritage

Alizia Mantovani and Vincenzo Lombardo

14:25 — 14:50

Bridging Representation and Visualization in Prosopographic research: A Case study

Alessandra Urbinati, Enrico Burdisso, Arthur Thomas Edward Capozzi Lupi, Claudio Mattutino, Salvatore Vilella, Alfonso Semeraro, Giancarlo Ruffo, Carlo Corti, Stefano De Martino, Elena Devecchi, Erica Scarpa, Giulia Torri and Rossana Damiano         

14:50 — 15:15

“Stick of the Word you Can Afford”. An ECR Project: Migrating Commercial Law and Language (MICOLL)

David Basaldella, Denise Bezzina, David De Concilio, Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio, Jake Dyble, Francesca Fusco, Fabio Giachelle and Stefania Gialdroni

15:15 — 15:30

An ontology-based Tool for Dynamic Generation, Classification and Recommendation of Novel Contents in Online Libraries

Chiara Barbera, Antonio Lieto and Gian Luca Pozzato

   ☕ Coffee break

Session 4: Media and Interfaces

Chair: Manuel Striani

16:15 — 16:40

Towards the Construction of a dataset of art-related synaesthetic metaphors: methods and results

Rossana Damiano, Simona Corciulo and Viviana Patti

16:40 — 16:55

Visual Exploration of digital cultural artifacts

Eleonora Bernasconi, Miguel Ceriani and Massimo Mecella

Panel and closing

17:00 — 18:00