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TMO @ “Family Reconstruction with new Technologies” event in Budapest

Date: 13. May 2024, 10.00-14.30 CEST
Venue: National Archives of Hungary, Budapest and live streamed

The National Archives of Hungary (NAH) is organising a collaborative event together with FamilySearch to explore how genealogical research can benefit from new, AI-powered technologies. On board are also TMO’s president Frédéric Kaplan and vice president Thomas Aigner, presenting Time Machine’s efforts to uncover the Big Data of the Past respectively how church and private sources can be effectively used for research.

The whole event will be live streamed via Microsoft Teams featuring the following programme:

  • 10.00 Opening words by
    • Csaba Szabó (National Archives of Hungary)
    • Stephen Valentine (FamilySearch)
  • 10.30-11.30
    • Andrew Gold (FamilySearch): AI-Powered Extraction of Historical Content
    • Zoltán Szatucsek (National Archives of Hungary) The Family Tree of Hungary. AI powered record linking at NAH
  • 11:30-12.00 Q&A session
  • 12.00-13.00 Lunch Break
  • 13.00-14.00
    • Thomas Aigner: Out of the box – Unlock the potential of church records and private documents
    • Frédéric Kaplan: Time Machine (2014-2034) Reconstructing lives from the past in space and time
  • 14.00-14.30 Q&A session and closing remarks