An eye on the future – how will media search develop?
Automated tagging, visual recognition and search methods of the future.
Friday, 16 June 2017 Berlin (Germany)
The 10th IPTC Photo Metadata Conference looks 10 years into the future to discuss the changes taking place in image search, tagging, and retrieval.
The projected benefits of these new automated technologies include increased productivity, increased hit rate and the ability to search visually by colour, texture and shape as well as by subject content.
But how well do these methods work in practice across the range of imagery in the marketplace, and how can the new technologies be harnessed most effectively?
With the participation of deep learning experts and vendors of automated tagging and search software, the questions of the day will be thrashed out where it matters – at the annual Metadata Conference in conjunction with the CEPIC Congress, among the hundreds of image libraries and agencies whose businesses depend critically on media search.
Morning Session – 9:15 to ~13:00
- Auto-Tagging and Visual Search
- New Methods of Image Search – keynote by Prof. Dr. Kai-Uwe Barthel
- The Amazon Rekognition system – Adrian Hornsby, Technology Evangelist of Amazon Web Services
- Create, find and use your content when you need it – speaker from Bynder
- Artificial Intelligence with a Vision – Michael Vaccarino, Manager, Business Team of Clarifai
- EyeEm Vision: Powering the image search of tomorrow – Ramzi Rizk, Co-Founder & CTO of EyeEm
- The practical evolution of the auto-tagging technology as a service – Georgi Kadrev, Co-founder and CEO of Imagga
- Keystone – Karl Csoknyay, Head Software Engineering at Keystone
- Image Intelligence: Get the Most from Your Media, by Uri Lavi, General Manager of PicScout
Lunch Break – ~13:00 – 14:00
Afternoon Sessions – 14:00 – 16:30
- The IPTC Video Metadata Hub: the easy step from photo to video metadata – Michael Steidl, Manging Director and Video Metadata Lead of IPTC
More information and registration: https://iptc.org/events/photo-metadata-conference-2017/