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The eHeritage online application (ISeD) enables maintenance and use of the Register of Immovable Cultural Heritage (eRNPD module) and the Register of Intangible Cultural Heritage (eRNSD module), establishment and maintenance of the system of Heritage Protection Areas (eVOD module) and effective monitoring and supervision of archaeological fieldwork research (eArchaeology module). The ISeD application supports all phases of the above-mentioned heritage protection processes and all involved stakeholders: the Ministry of Culture, the competent organisations for the protection of cultural heritage, the state and private archaeological research providers, the regional museums, and citizens. The publicly accessible parts of the ISeD application allow citizens to engage in the cultural heritage protection system. On the My eHeritage portal, citizens can submit initiatives for entry in the Register of Cultural Heritage, applications for cultural heritage consents for the investigation and removal of archaeological remains and participate in e-public consultation on the definition of protection regimes for cultural heritage. All relevant and up-to-date spatial and attribute data from ISeD is published on GIS public portal as open data. The application operates on the Slovenian State Cloud infrastructure and uses central building blocks (SI-PASS, GeoHub-SI and Geospatial Web Services, TRAY etc.). The ISeD application has been developed in the framework of the project "Integrated Information Support for the Protection of Cultural Heritage" and has been in use since September 2022.

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The Slovene Language Development in the Digital Environment - Language Resources and Technologies project, co-funded by the Operational Programme for the Implementation of the 2014-2020 European Cohesion Policy, closed in February 2023. The project was implemented by the University of Ljubljana and its consortium partners. Activities were carried out in the areas of maintenance and upgrading of corpora (language resources), speech technologies, semantic resources and technologies, machine translation, development of a terminology portal, and maintenance of an infrastructure centre for language resources and technologies. The contractors developed a corpus submission portal, upgraded language resources to support technologies, developed a machine translator for the Slovene-English language pair, a speech recogniser and synthesiser for Slovene, applications in the field of semantic technologies (e.g. summarising tools, word sense recognition and question answering), a Slovene terminology portal, maintained the repository and concordance platform and provided support for the reader. The results are available on the project website: https://www.slovenscina.eu. The results of the RSDO project are being integrated into many areas of modern digital society: smart cities and communities, smart factories, adapted ways of communicating for people with disabilities, healthcare institutions, courts, justice, police, universities, national assembly... Open Source also enables further development of language technologies and their use not only by public research organisations and civil authorities, but also by businesses.

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