Resources tagged with artificial intelligence



Podcast Corner: marketing trends and predictions for 2024

Well, making a prediction isn’t about getting it right or wrong it’s simply about evoking some thought and conversation. With that in mind we’ve pulled together some of our favourite podcast episodes full of  predictions of the marketing trends in store for 2024.

Artificial Intelligence: Digital Heritage Leadership Briefing

Explore Dr. Mathilde Pavis‘ insightful briefing on the role of AI in the UK heritage sector, commissioned by The National Lottery Heritage Fund. Understand how AI can enhance heritage and collections management, visitor experience, and business operations, while also learning about the potential risks and mitigation strategies.

Artificial Intelligence: a digital heritage leadership briefing

This guide was produced by Dr Mathilde Pavis on behalf of the The National Lottery Heritage Fund 1. Executive summary AI refers to advanced computer programs capable of performing tasks usually associated with human intelligence like understanding speech or recognising images. Many heritage organisations are thinking about whether to, how and when to use AI. … Read more

Digital trends: Artificial Intelligence (AI)

This recording has closed captions in English, simply click on the closed captions symbol CC on the video below. This recording is 54 minutes in length. Download session presentation: Digital trends: Artificial Intelligence (AI)(PDF 4MB). More resources on digital trends can be found in the Digital Heritage Hub session resource pack. Download transcript of this session … Read more

The 5 best AI tools for content marketing

Navigating the influx of AI tools on the market can feel overwhelming, with more sprouting up every week. Hannah Cunningham, Marketing Consultant at The DeWolf Group outlines her top five AI tools to save time and elevate your content marketing.

AI: A Museum Planning Toolkit

A comprehensive toolkit drawn from a series of workshops and events held by the Museums and AI Network. Authored by Dr Oonagh Murphy, Goldsmiths, University of London and Dr Elena Villaespesa, Pratt Institute