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April 9th - 10th 
Nordic AI in Media Summit 2024

The Nordic AI in Media Summit 2024 marks another pivotal year in the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) within the media world. Following last year's successful event, industry professionals will once again convene to explore the ever-expanding role of AI in the media landscape. 

 

A special focus this year is on the recent breakthroughs in generative AI, which are now making a significant impact in newsrooms. This development has not only transformed the way content is produced and distributed, but also raised new questions about ethics, quality, and regulation in the media industry. The summit will showcase new examples of AI that are currently creating value, reflecting on the experiences and challenges that newsrooms have encountered over the past year.

 

Together with experts from the Nordics and internationally, we will delve into the potential of AI and discuss how to ensure healthy norms for AI in the news industry. Participants will have ample opportunities to interact with speakers and colleagues through question-and-answer sessions, workshops, and a networking dinner for all attendees on the first day.

Time and place

The summit spans a day and a half from April 9th (13 pm) to April 10th (5 pm) and takes place at PRESSEN (JP/Politikens Hus) by the central square in Copenhagen. 

 

The program for the Nordic AI in Media Summit is developed by Platform Intelligence in News project (PIN) and the Nordic AI Journalism network, while Ekstra Bladet in JP/Politikens Hus hosts the event.

 

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Announced speakers

Here is a list of the speakers and companies you can look forward to seeing at The Nordic AI in Media Summit. The list is preliminary and will continuously be updated as speakers are booked and announced.

Professor at University of Amsterdam

Natali Helberger

Besides being a distinguished professor, Natali is the co-founder of AI, Media, and Democracy Lab and Head of Research for Human(e) AI.

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Communication Researcher at Oxford Internet Institute

Felix M. Simon

Felix is a journalist turned communication researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) where he researches the implications of artificial intelligence (AI) and Generative AI for the news and journalism.

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Strategy & Innovation Director at NPO

Ezra Eeman

Ezra is responsible for leading the NPO strategy and innovation department. Furthermore, he inspires the industry through the newsletter WayFinder - amongst many other ways.

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Senior Reporter for AI at MIT Technology Review

Melissa is a senior reporter at MIT Technology Review, where she covers artificial intelligence and how it is changing our society. Forbes named her as one of its 30 under 30 in European media in 2020.

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Journalist and AI-Editor at Aftonbladet

Elin Wieslander

Elin Wieslander is a journalist and a member of Aftonbladet's AI Hub, a pioneering initiative in the realm of journalism and technology.

 

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Digital Editor at Swedish Radio’s local channel P4 Blekinge

Kalle Kovacs

Kalle Kovacs is Digital Editor at Swedish Radio’s local channel P4 Blekinge. He has succeeded in increased creativity in local journalism with the use of generative AI and prompting.

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Assistant Editor-in-Chief and Deputy Responsible Publisher

Martin Schori

Martin Schori is the Assistant Editor-in-Chief and Deputy Responsible Publisher at Aftonbladet, and a member of Aftonbladet AI Hub.

 

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Generative AI Product Manager at JP/Politikens Hus

Tore G. C. Rich

Tore G. C. Rich serves as the Generative AI Product Manager at JP/Politikens Hus, where he plays a pivotal role in the development of MAGNA, a suite of editorial tools based on generative AI.

 

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