Summary

  • The project has a large European coverage with already 141 partners, including the UA, in 28 countries
  • It pushes the research in the most advanced Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technologies to extend the realm of Big Data to the past
  • It develops a unique 4D IT technology enabling navigation through time as easily as we navigate through space
  • It is based on Europe's unique asset: its long history, its multi-linguism and multiculturalism
  • It has a large expected impact on the sector of tourism (600 million tourists per year), media industries (new forms of virtual reality) and for the development of start-ups exploiting long data series analysis for making prediction using Artificial Intelligence techniques. It is not unlikely that the next Google will emerge out of these technologies.