Archive of the Future

The "Archive of the Future" uses artificial intelligence to make more than 500 broadcasts made since 2002 available and searchable in new ways. Using algorithms for image recognition and speech and text analysis, all broadcasts have been converted into a dataset. In it, users can search for specific clips, quotes and even single shots themselves.
The Archive of the Future is also characterized as a kaleidoscope of perspectives on the future, and wants to be able to offer alternative points of view. Therefore, we seek new ways to recognize or interpret different viewpoints/perspectives. This is partly about what is said, but also about how it is said and with what intention or emotion it is associated.


Robin Bruijniks, Master’s student

Academic supervisors

Remco Veltkamp

Grant funding agency; (co-)funding (non-)academic partners