Join our discussion series on Generative AI in Media and Journalism ‘The Impact We Generate’

In recent months, increased media attention has been given to AI-driven applications like Stable Diffusion, Dall-E, GPT-3, ChatGPT and Bard. These programmes are commonly referred to as Generative AI: technologies that learn from existing data in order to produce new content, including audio, (realistic) images and art, chat, text and code. Though these technological innovations have sparked renewed enthusiasm and interest for the field of AI, their potential to disrupt and transform has also been met with concern.

In an effort to demystify the use of Generative AI, we are organising a series of events that will explore and discuss the pitfalls and possibilities of the technology’s transformative impact on the media and journalism industries: How can the sector reap the benefits of artificially created content in line with the industries’ values, such as personal creativity, autonomy, user agency, transparency, objectivity, diversity, trust and authenticity?

We are kicking off this series with a panel discussion on the Legal Aspects of Generative AI on March 21. In this session, we will dive into legal and governance aspects regarding the technology’s proliferation, and its impact on media industries. Drawing from a variety of legal fields, we will attempt to formulate answers to pressing industry, social and public policy questions.

1️⃣ The Legal Aspects of Generative AI | March 21, 16:00
2️⃣ News Media and Generative AI | April 18, 16:00
3️⃣ Societal Impact of Generative AI in Media | May 30, 16:00

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