Running from 21 to 23 March, EBU DataTech gives a very good cross-section of what media organizations and the wider data industry are doing and thinking around data and AI – what’s being built and used, where, how and why. It’s also a great opportunity to hear directly from and discuss with the makers.
Building on the long-standing success of its forerunner, the MDN Workshop, this year’s DataTech Seminar programme will feature 42 presentations, with more than half from EBU Members, and six demonstrations.
The programme is aimed at those working in the field of data and AI at different levels, from management to project development and architecture.
Sessions will focus on on data strategy and governance and data-driven success, including presentations from Chief Data Officers at public service media organizations. There will also be sessions dedicated to the use of AI and semantic technologies to get more value from content and archives. Leveraging data and AI to reach the audience will be another key topic.