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Experience like a local:
Developing the world’s first artificial intelligence guide for museums

The presentation will be delivered in Chinese with synchronous translation in English.

In his presentation Robin Hao will share the story of MagicPi, Melbourne-based creative tech start-up that employs new technologies in linguistic artificial intelligence (AI) to advance visitor services of contemporary arts and cultural organizations. MagicPi delivers mobile applications for museum visitors that use natural language recognition, automatic search and machine learning to support language equity in a foreign environment.  During the lecture Hao will demonstrate the most recently created Maggie App, the world’s first artificial intelligence guide, developed for the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI). For more information please see the Experience like a local web page
This is the second lecture in a three-part series: Global Dimension of Cultural Entrepreneurship: International Inspirations Making Local Impact, curated by Dr Natalia Grincheva. The series features three successful cultural start-ups that gained their main ideas and inspirations from international travels and cross-cultural engagements. 


Building 220, The University of Melbourne
780 Elizabeth Street, Room 110 (First floor), Melbourne, VIC 3004

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