AI and Data
Helping public service media leverage the potential of AI and data
Artificial intelligence (AI) and data are central themes for public service media (PSM) today, especially when it comes to strengthening and personalizing relationships with its citizens.
Well adapted AI and data strategies can help PSM organizations in many different ways including understanding cross-platform audiences, creating powerful data journalism stories, enhancing the audience experience, boosting content creation via data-driven editorial production and programming, streamlining business processes, and identifying new products and services to offer.
The AI and Data Initiative is a cross-disciplinary exploration of the opportunities and challenges of AI and data in PSM, including regulatory aspects, technologies, organizational matters, skills, strategy and content developments.
The initiative serves as a hub for all sorts of AI and data related questions. Our team works together with a number of other services at the EBU, and in particular our Technology & Innovation Strategic Programmes. The initiative also helps make the voice of our Members heard on a European and global level by taking part in public consultations.
This transversal initiative driven by Members provides, among other things, regular community discussions, quarterly micro-workshops, and educational opportunities, with the aim to share knowledge and best practice, integrate efforts, and collaboratively identify needs and priorities. Register for our events:
EBU Academy provides training for media professionals on AI and Data:
Find here various EBU publications on the topic of AI and data, including our annual AIDI report, which provides practical guidelines to our members and report on our activities.
The advent of AI and data in the media industry has posed a range of challenges to EBU Members while...
The AI Research Review is a curation of publications about media and artificial intelligence in top industry...
A snapshot view of five EBU recommendations for an EU AI policy and Data strategy that benefits all of...
View our previous events and presentations here, including talks from industry experts and academics on topics ranging from fake news to recommendations.
AIDI and Swiss public broadcaster RTS co-organised a micro-workshop on fingerprinting, traceability and watermarking for media content.
The EBU’s AI and Data Initiative (AIDI) and PEACH project have together held a virtual micro-workshop on the topic of content recommendations, titled ‘May I recommend you a recommendations workshop?’
This micro-workshop on fake news and deepfakes was first of a series of quarterly events planned by AIDI. It was the led by deepfake specialist and journalist Tom Van de Weghe from VRT and involved short presentations and structured discussions.