An introduction to Transkribus – automated text recognition for historical documents| Free
Dec 14 : 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Our next webinar takes place in collaboration with the IMAPCT Centre of Competence.
Transkribus is a Research Infrastructure for automated transcription, recognition and searching in historical documents – whether they are handwritten or printed, date back to the middle-ages or represent modern writing in Latin, English, Finnish, Arabic or any other character based alphabet. Transkribus is part of the H2020 Project READ (Recognition and Enrichment of Archival Documents).
The webinar consists of three building blocks:
We will demonstrate the main features of Transkribus using real world examples. Significant progress has been made in the last few years in the areas of layout analysis, handwritten text recognition and keyword spotting. Participants will hear about latest developments in the field and understand the main concepts behind them.
- Content from users
Participants are encouraged to send us their images from any kind of document they are interested in or are working with. We especially welcome handwritten documents from archives. Please send these images either directly to Transkribus: <firstname.lastname@example.org>, or send them via WeTransfer.
In this session we will then talk about the options for how to process these images, especially in relation to your objectives and project plans.
In the last section participants will get an overview of the Transkribus Research Infrastructure, its background and further plans.
Günter Mühlberger, Universität Innsbruck
Registration is open to members of IMPACT and the OPF at this time.
There are 50 places available for each webinar, allocated on a first come, first served basis. The webinar will also be recorded for members who cannot attend at this time.