Fabular.ai offers cultural institutions smart interpretations for the realisation of their digital strategies so that they can actively shape culture4.0. With the software, not only can large amounts of data of various formats be integrated into one database, but it can also be comprehensively analysed, interpreted and published in mediating technologies such as kiosks, multimedia guides and chatbots.
As a research spin-off of the University of Bremen - Technology Centre for Computer Science and Information Technology, the basic idea for Fabular.ai originated in Leonardo de Araújo's doctoral thesis. This focused on the interaction dynamics between the 'maker movement' and cultural institutions and identified paths into the digital age for the latter.
Since April 2019, Fabular.ai has been taking on marketable forms with the support of LEMEX - Chair Chair in Small Business & Entrepreneurship (University of Bremen) and the EXIST-Gründerstipendium of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.