Fusing Audio and Semantic Technologies (FAST), was an instruction from Queen Mary, University of London to create a cohesive narrative for this major £5.3m research programme and present to the recorded music industry at Abbey Road Studios in London.
Funded by the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC), FAST developed a number audio semantic technologies to demonstrate how the recorded music industry will be impacted by the expansion of Web 3.0 from initial production through the entire pipeline to final consumer.
Delighted with the event, surpassed all my exceptions– Professor Mark Sandler, Principle Investigator, FAST
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Videos Recorded Live via Periscope (Nov 2018)
Engineer, Dr Thomas Wilmering explains the “Grateful Dead Live” semantic web demonstrator, which pulls data from across the web of the American band The Grateful Dead live recordings, tickets and many other artefacts.
More information available on the FAST website