CAMOMILE : Collaborative Annotation of multi-MOdal, multI-Lingual and multi-mEdia documents

The Project

CAMOMILE (2012-2016) is a CHIST-ERA project selected for the call “From data to new knowledge” (D2K).

The project involves 6 participants from 4 countries:

  • LIMSI (Orsay, France),
  • IMMI (Orsay, France),
  • LIG (Grenoble, France),
  • UPC (Barcelona, Spain),
  • LIST (Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg) and
  • ITU (Istanbul, Turkey).

It is funded by ANR, FNR, Tubitak and Mineco.

The Framework

In the context of the CAMOMILE project, we developed a collaborative annotation framework for multi-modal, multi-lingual and multi-media data:

The Person Discovery task

CAMOMILE organized the The 2015 Multimodal Person Discovery in Broadcast TV task during MediaEval 2015 with support from ELRA and INA. It was followed with the 2016 Person Discovery edition. More details are available in the MediaEval 2015 proceedings and MediaEval 2016 proceedings.


The CAMOMILE framework was presented at Interspeech 2015 Show&Tell or LREC 2016. See the list of 50 publications related to the project.

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