Artificial intelligence is starting to have a big impact on the journalism and news industry.
Many media employers are intrigued about AI and think it will be increasingly used in the coming years. They are developing their strategies and understanding around how AI can be harnessed to assist and empower journalists, changing and improving workflows for the better.
The NCTJ’s Artificial Intelligence in Journalism event is for journalists and journalism trainers who are keen to take advantage of the opportunities provided by generative AI but are also mindful about the implications to trusted journalism and quality standards.
It will be followed by Christmas drinks with the NCTJ.
Vincent Ryan, EMEA partnerships manager, Google News Labs
Jane Barrett, global editor of media news strategy, Thomson Reuters
- Chair: Joanna Webster, deputy global editor of visuals (video and photography), Thomson Reuters
- Nadine Forshaw, assistant head of audience, The Sun
- Gavin Allen, NCTJ chief examiner (journalism for a digital audience) and journalism lecturer, Cardiff University
- Manjiri Carey, news editor, BBC News Labs
Jody Doherty-Cove, head of editorial AI, Newsquest