The Digital Asset Symposium (DAS), presented by the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA), has added several panel discussions to its exciting 2017 program lineup. DAS brings together top experts in various fields to address the ongoing challenges facing digital asset management practitioners. The event takes place May 5 at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in Manhattan.
“This year’s program is a broad-based look at topics needing exploration,” notes program chair Nick Gold of Chesapeake Systems. “At DAS, everything from vault preservation to metadata to the future of machine learning and its role in asset management are part of the schedule. Our speakers are highly esteemed leaders in their respective fields and anyone working with digital content will gain a thorough understanding of the progress being made in all areas of asset management.”
Additions to the 2017 DAS program include:
- The New Preservationists: Documentary Filmmakers Excavating Rare Media Artifacts to Tell Stories
- Media Asset Management in the Financial Services Industry
- It Takes a Community: Indigitization Program — Digitization of First Nations Knowledge
DAS 2017 will also include discussions on Automated Metadata, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its role in managing and archiving digital assets, in addition to a conversation with MTV on archiving music television’s vaults.
“DAS is the only place where digital archiving is taken as seriously as it actually is to our work and history,” added AMIA President Andrea Kalas.
To register for DAS or for more information, visit www.digitalassetsymposium.com.
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