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A selection of Verification-Specific #ijf19 Perugia Sessions
We’re back from the International Journalism Festival in Perugia – and it was a blast. With so many great people there to meet in such lovely surroundings how could it not be?
But the festival does have a downside: Too many good sessions running in parallel. Good thing though that they are now all available as recordings online, so you can watch what you’ve missed.
If you don’t want to spend all day going through the program, and verification is one of your main topics, maybe these recommendations are helpful to you.
DateWednesday, April 10th, 2019
When we cannot trust our eyes and ears anymore, then what can we trust?
Deepfakes are hyper-realistic video forgeries in which people say or do things they’ve never actually said or done. The visual quality of deepfakes will soon become so flawless that it will be hard to make a judgement of veracity by mere visual verification.
DateTuesday, March 26th, 2019
Analyzing and verifying digital content with the help of digital technology has kept us busy for quite some time.
DateMonday, January 21st, 2019
When: 07-08 November 2018
Where: The Mira Hong Kong, Hong Kong 🇭🇰
What is it?
Digital Media Asia is Asia’s largest digital media conference addressing digital revenue, technology, and innovation. The three day event brings together media executives and experts not only from the region, but from across the globe. Comprising a conference, a technology and services expo, the 9th Asian Digital Media Awards and several masterclasses, the event provides valuable case studies, best practices and key takeaways for editorial and strategic decision-making.
DateTuesday, November 6th, 2018
Tagsdigital media, Digital Media Asia, Hong Kong, Media Innovation, Personalisation, revenue models, verification
When: 28-29 August 2018
Where: PARKROYAL on Pickering, Singapore
What is it?
Launched in 2009, the ContentAsia Summit focuses on all the issues impacting Asia’s content industry. Its core mission: to create a dedicated space to talk face-to-face about the content ecosystem and the innovation and strategies driving media and entertainment companies in an increasingly connected universe.
DateFriday, August 24th, 2018
Another year in the world of digital media research and news innovation is coming to an end — and those of us still at the office decided to look back on personal highlights. Here’s what seemed important in 2017.
DateThursday, December 28th, 2017
Tagsalexa, Amnesty International, blockchain, bloomen, cpn, czech radio, EBU, euBusinessGraph, Fader, global media forum, guardian mobile lab, newsstream, truly media, verification, VR
The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has been focusing on ICT applications to support human rights work for some time. Over the past years, the office undertook a number of initiatives and activities in partnership with experts and relevant organizations in this area. Throughout, it became obvious that there is a clear need for human rights investigators to be equipped with special digital tools: Tools that allow for the collection, storing, analysis, tagging and browsing of digital images in order to detect and document human rights violations.
DateTuesday, December 5th, 2017
The Research and Cooperation Projects team at DW is delighted to announce that Amnesty International will be the first external customer of Truly Media, our collaborative verification platform developed together with Athens Technology Center (ATC).
DateThursday, November 23rd, 2017
When: 15-16 November 2017
Where: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
What is it?
The organisers label News Xchange as “the news industry’s most provocative and most insightful experience.” It brings together news executives, journalists, presenters, bloggers and start-up entrepreneurs from around the world with experts from other fields such as scientists, artists and thought leaders.
DateTuesday, November 14th, 2017
After 15 months of development, with around 15 people involved and about 15 organizations testing it and providing feedback, Truly Media is finally entering the commercial market. The Google DNI project, formerly known as Verify Media and carried about by DW’s Research & Cooperations Projects (DW Innovation) and ATC’s iLab, has come to a successful end. The result of all this effort is a commercial verification platform that allows journalists to aggregate and verify User-Generated-Content (UGC) in real-time. A key asset: all this can be done collaboratively.
DateThursday, November 2nd, 2017