CCI Thrive project concludes with innovative results

After two years of groundbreaking work and a final meeting in Reims, CCI Thrive project culminated in the creation of an operational prototype for an AI-driven cross-sector data-sharing platform: CCEyes.

  • CCI Thrive | Copyright: © IMZ / CCI Thrive

    CCI Thrive © IMZ / CCI Thrive

  • CCI Thrive final meeting in Reims | Copyright: © IMZ

    CCI Thrive final meeting in Reims © IMZ

CCI Thrive started in 2022 and set to explore the potential of cross-sector collaboration and partnerships to shape new business models with the help of new intelligent technologies. The initial ambitions of CCI Thrive were steered by the exploration of opportunities for new business and business models in the context of the digital transformation.

After AI technologies emerged as a crucial factor in shaping the digital evolution, the project's focus shifted towards data sharing as a vital strategy to empower the fragmented and vulnerable creative and cultural industries in Europe.

The effort began by discussing metadata models, interoperability of metadata and data management, after which it transitioned into a more pragmatic and robust approach, culminating in the creation of an operational prototype for an AI-driven cross-sector data-sharing platform: CCEyes.

The now fully operational, user-friendly platform promises effortless access to a vast repository of cultural information catering to everyone from tech enthusiasts and researchers to artists, writers and music lovers.

CCEyes is currently accessible to anyone and you can explore all of its features by clicking the link below.

CCI Thrive was developed as a successor to the Digital Cross Over project and was developed as a part of a EU-wide consortium consisting of BGZ Berliner Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit, SpielFabrique, IMZ International Music + Media Centre, Ars Electronica, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Centrica and BetaSeries.



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