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Big Data technologies now allow to elaborate immense unstructured data sets to extract informations, build models and predict the functioning of complex systems. Multidisciplinary, Big Data approaches have been applied to various fields, from ICT to the energy sector, from epidemioligic studies the new economic models.

 

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IEEE Big Data 2017

2017 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data 2017)

Maurizio Montagnuolo

Maurizio Montagnuolo presented a paper entitled “Real Time Semantic Enrichment of Broadcast Content in the Big Data Age” (Maurizio Montagnuolo, Alberto Messina, Nicolò Bidotti, Paolo Platter, Alessio Bosca) at the IEEE International Conference Big data 2017.

News 2017 November 29

Radio evolves: New Radio Day 2017

Paolo Casagranda

Rai Centre for Research and Innovation of Technology presented its research on linear radio personalisation at the New Radio Day 2017 EBU event. Although linear radio represents the most popular and profitable form of radio, new ways of listening are gaining ground thanks to advent of new technologies: listening on tablets and smartphones, audio-on-demand, voice controlled devices, just to name a few of them.

New Radio Day proposes updates on the innovation work of European radios every year.

 

CRIT @ Big Data Tech 2017

RAI Research @ Big Data Tech 2017

Alberto Messina

The Center for Research and Technological Innovation has attended the 4th Big Data Tech event, which took place in Milan on 12th October. The conference deals with technology and business issues related to the Big Data universe and is sponsored by prestigious industrial brands in the industry. CRIT, in collaboration with AgileLab, presented the experimental developments of the AgileRAI platform, a system for automatic and real-time annotation of video streams.

EBU MDN Workshop 2017

CRIT at EBU Metadata Developer Network Workshop

Maurizio Montagnuolo

Maurizio Montagnuolo presented the AgileRAI system, a parallel and scalable framework for real-time video analysis and semantic enrichment.

Innovate crisis and disaster reporting

L'Espresso Editors Lab

Sabino Metta

The 24th-25th February hackathon, organized by GEN and Gruppo L’Espresso, with the support of Google News Lab, has been won by the team from La Stampa. Special mentions were awarded to the teams from Rai News and Repubblica. Then, public’s choice went to Rai News‘ project.