Europe is now actively exploiting the potential of artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, and other technologies in the media sphere, particularly in the news sector. They have become important tools for monitoring and verifying information, personalizing data, forecasting coverage, analyzing information flows to identify top topics for a specific air time, creating and adapting texts for different media formats, and more.The discussion will be joined by:
- Kati Bremme – Deputy Director at the Innovation Department of France Télévisions (France)
- Jochen Spangenberg – Deputy Head of Research & Cooperation Projects / Innovation Manager at Deutsche Welle (Germany).
- Olle Zachrison – Head of Digital News Strategy & Deputy News Commissioner at Swedish Radio (SR) (Sweden).
– director of Analytics at Internews Ukraine
and UkraineWorld.org editor-in-chief will moderate the discussion.
The experts will discuss the use of high-tech tools in the work of their media companies, share experience on how innovations affect industry development strategies, quality, and efficiency of broadcasters, and analyze the advantages and disadvantages of their use. In addition, the discussion will raise one of the important issues – how technology helps combat misinformation and what risks arise in this process.Speakers: