This event will investigate the challenges and opportunities related to using audiovisual archives to develop artificial intelligence-powered tools for education and research. At Learning on Screen, we are currently exploring the possibility of making our extensive archive of TV and radio broadcasts (BoB) available for research purposes.
The event will provide our attendees with an opportunity to hear from experts on how these emerging technologies are likely to shape the future of education and research, and to explore potential collaborations across our network.
The event will feature discussions and panel presentations from Cath Sleeman - Head of Data at Nesta on 'How can big data improve our understanding of gender inequality in the creative industries?', Max Cleary - Partnerships Lead - AI, Immersive & 5G, Digital Catapult and Thomas Margoni - Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property and Internet Law, CREATe, University of Glasgow on 'AI, machine learning and the role of copyright in protecting non personal "data"'.