At 26th International Conference of Faculty of Mass Communication, Cairo university
Dubai- Artificial Intelligence Journalism
Artificial Intelligence Journalism for Research and Forecasting (AIJRF) Think Tank, the UAE-based global leading organization in researching, forecasting, and shaping the future of artificial intelligence and human studies will manage “Artificial Intelligence Journalism and Media Content Production .Emerging Technologies Play Significant Roles” panel discussion at the 26th International Conference of Faculty of Mass Communication, Cairo university in Egypt in March 24th, 2021.
“Based on the role of Cairo University in keeping pace with global changes, especially in the field of artificial intelligence, the Faculty of Mass Communication always opens to enhance the academic experiences in media studies and new technologies, so we have started cooperation with the UAE-based Artificial Intelligence Journalism for Research and Forecasting (AIJRF), the global leading organization in researching, forecasting artificial intelligence and media studies, to manage a specialized panel discussion at the annual conference, to consolidate researchers and scholars skills of in Artificial Intelligence Journalism.”, said Prof. Howayda Mostafa, Dean of the Faculty of Mass Communication, Cairo University and the president of the conference.
AI Emerging Technologies
“We are very proud of the academic cooperation with the Faculty of Mass Communication, Cairo University, where we can present a specialized session on artificial intelligence journalism at the 26th International Conference, entitled:” Artificial Intelligence Journalism and Media Content Production. Emerging Technologies Play Significant Roles”, such as Blockchained-News, Robotization of Marketing – Big Data Analytics – Fake Content Tools (Detecting / Spreading ), Dr. Mohamed Abdulzaher, the Artificial Intelligence Journalism pioneer, CEO of AIJRF added.
Dr. Abdulzaher said: “AIJRF is very keen to present some of its international experts in panel session to discuss the latest tools of Artificial Intelligence Journalism and its role in the media industry, including: Lucia Dore, a New Zealand-British specializing in intelligence technologies Artificial Intelligence and the manager of the Global Artificial Intelligence Journalism Index (GAIJI), David Madison, and Dr. Abbas Al Zanjne, a researcher in media and television newsroom technologies, at Virginia Tech University, United States “.
About Artificial Intelligence Journalism
Artificial Intelligence Journalism for Research and Forecasting (AIJRF) is a think tank established in the United Arab Emirates at the end of November 2018 by a group of professors and researchers specialising in media studies, artificial intelligence (AI), the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the
AIJRF is a leading global organisation in the research, forecasting and shaping of the future of AI and the Fourth and Fifth Industrial Revolutions.
AIJRF believes that every new development in AI can have positive effects on the future of the world, and aims to forecast the new media landscape that will be the result of the Fourth and Fifth Industrial Revolutions.
AIJRF has advanced skills in training, teaching, searching and forecasting through its advisory board, plus specialist Academic, Editorial and Media teams. It works in co-operation with various research institutions and universities, and specialised groups of academics and researchers in the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Its teams speak and edit in five different languages: Arabic, English, French, Italian and Spanish.
AIJRF manages and issues the Artificial Intelligence Journalism Journal (AIJJ), the first-ever AI journalism academic publication, in both Arabic and English.
Artificial Intelligence Journalism World Forum
AIJRF also manages and supervises the Artificial Intelligence Journalism World Forum (AIJWF), the first global platform to bring together academics, media professionals and specialists in AI technologies from educational institutions, universities and the media.
AIJWF hosts an annual specialised academic event, where it brings together companies, institutions, media industry leaders and technologies of the Fourth and Fifth Industrial Revolutions.
AIJWF also manages and issues the Global Artificial Intelligence Journalism Index (GAIJI) , which designed to measure, track, and visualize the performance of media companies in using AI Journalism technologies in producing, publishing, and promoting content.
The Global Artificial Intelligence Journalism Index (GAIJI) measures the efficient utilization and dependence of AI Journalism technologies and tools in the media. On an annual basis, the index will be interviewing 100+ media companies across six main key indicators.
AIJRF manages the Global Artificial Intelligence Journalism Awards at annually at theArtificial Intelligence Journalism World Forum (AIJWF)