Artificial intelligence, "guide" at the National Museum of the Village

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Artificial intelligence, "guide" at the National Museum of the Village

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Artificial intelligence can be used in the most diverse activities. Lazar, an AI application, will lead visitors to the Roma House, which will be inaugurated in the National Museum of the "Dimitrie Gusti" Village in April, as a result of the completion of a project dedicated to this ethnic group. In this sense, the National Museum of the "Dimitrie Gusti" Village has announced a tender for the development of a web application with AI technology - predefined avatar, worth 193,000 lei. "Because we have some money left, we are also making a story with artificial intelligence, that is, a character, who will be called Lazar, will lead the visitors in the exhibition - and I hope to transfer him around the house afterwards - and answer the questions. We are probably the first museum to do something like this, thanks to Norwegian funds," said the manager of the museum institution, Paula Popoiu. The manager also specified: "The project involves the research of the Roma ethnic group and some mandatory objectives to be fulfilled. I brought the Roma house, I transferred it to the village after a year-long research through the Roma villages all over the country. I chose the Calbor house, from the village of Calbor, the home of Lazăr Naftănăilă, one of the leaders of this ethnic group from the interwar period. Another objective is a transfer of a traditional sura. So we have the virtual reality for the exhibition we will do there. The applications are ready, and on Monday we leave for Norway with an exhibition about our Roma".

After the inauguration, a series of actions specific to Roma activities will be organized in the perimeter of the Lazăr Naftănăilă House. Launched in April 2022, the "ROM(a)NOR Interferences" project, dedicated to the Roma, is implemented by the National Museum of the "Dimitrie Gusti" Village with the financial support of the SEE Grants 2014 - 2021 through the RO-Culture Program. Made with Norwegian funds, the project addresses the Roma minority as a whole and the visiting public from Romania and Norway, as well as the organizing museums (National Museum of the Village "Dimitrie Gusti" and Anno Museum) and aims to revitalize the Roma cultural heritage, to be researched the cultural heritage of the Roma in order to identify some typical architectural elements.

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