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Rörstrand Mon Amie - AI-analysis

AI for porcelain items

Dive into the future with our cutting-edge technology! We embrace the power of AI-driven image analysis to create a whole new dimension of interactivity with porcelain collections from Rörstrand. Our project vision aims to create a user-friendly service where visitors can immerse themselves in the world of porcelain with simplicity and precision.

This project will create a simple and user-friendly service where visitors everywhere can upload images of Rörstrand's porcelain objects and receive immediate responses. Through state-of-the-art image analysis, which recognizes patterns and objects and have shown impressive accuracy in many applications, each uploaded image will open a portal to information and insights about the artistic heritage.

We will also develop an app where porcelain experts can share their knowledge and thereby increase accessibility to the collections. The goal is to strengthen the museum's role as a knowledge bank and benefit from the great commitment and competence that exists among porcelain collectors.

Our initiative also aims to inspire other cultural activities to defy resource limitations and engage in digitalization. After sharing the preliminary results of our previous project, several museums have expressed interest in a similar feature adapted to their own collections.

The result of the project will not only include open source code but also a user manual. The manual will offer clear guidelines for adapting the model to other types of collections and provide guidance on what data may be required for such an application. Our endeavor is to create a resource that can benefit and support digitization in the cultural sector in a practical and sustainable way.


Project name

AI for porcelain items




Västra Götaland Region

RISE role in project


Project start


16 månader

Total budget



Rörstrand Museum, Rörstrand Museum houses a treasure of objects created on Rörstrand from the 18th century to the present day. Everything has been made from clay, lifted out of the ground and turned into salable products.


Riksantikvarieämbetet, VGR

Project members

Supports the UN sustainability goals

4. Quality education
Olof Mogren

Contact person

Olof Mogren

Senior Researcher

+46 70 396 96 24

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