AMIA's Digital Asset Symposium (DAS) provides a unique opportunity to compare approaches from a wide variety of institutions dealing with the same media challenges. Bringing together content creators, technologists, and caretakers for in-depth case study analysis of what works in the real world.
DAS 2020 Online
The DAS program next week includes -
* Project Silica: Glass – The Future of Long-Term Archival Storage
* Digital Data Preservation Across Industries – A Shared Experience
* Smart Stacking II: Machine Learning and Information Science at PBS
* Louis Armstrong House Museum
* Curating Difference: Exhibition and the Integration of Audiovisual Throughout the New MoMA
* Bursting the Inverse Bubble: Audio and Video in the Information Economy
* Media Technology Recovery
* Game of Thrones: Winter Came. We Archived It.
"Our speakers this year include the organization that pioneered the education of children through screens, and the broadcaster that spearheaded bringing blockbuster big-screen entertainment into the home. Archivists who digitize the works and lives of our greatest artists – and those of our families and friends. Archival industry leaders that have developed the best practices for preserving physical and digital media, and technology industry leaders that are inventing the future of the physical preservation of digital media. Experts working to turn the ever-increasing deluge of rich media into richly-searchable reservoirs of quickly-discoverable information. We are so excited to have you join us for DAS 2020."- DAS program chairs Nick Gold and Jamie DiVenere
More program information and how to register here: