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Trialling a New Tool to Combat Visual Plagiarism

The University of the Creative Arts needs staff and students to test a visual searching tool developed by the University of Surrey. The pilot project tests image files against a repository to produce a similarity index based on key characteristics of the uploaded image.

The project team will be at Chelsea College of Art in A215 from 3 - 5pm on Tuesday 17 January to introduce the project and the pilot visual search tool, set simple tasks to trial the tool and gather feedback.

Tea, coffee and light refreshments will be provided.

If you are able to attend please book online by Friday December 16th

http://cltad-web.arts.ac.uk/onlinebooking/prodev.php?s=ui

VADS: the online resource for visual arts
http://www.vads.ac.uk/index.php

Spot the Difference project blog

http://vads.ac.uk/spot/

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