Content personalisation: Designing the future of news experiences
Date: 13 February 2019 17:30 - 14 February 2019 17:30
Digital Catapult is offering a unique opportunity to collaborate with cutting-edge companies working in advanced digital technologies in developing content personalisation tools to provide high quality, seamless experiences.
As a modern media organisation the ability to give consumers relevant news when they need it is paramount. Digital Catapult is offering an opportunity to join other global media leaders such as Deutsche Welle (DW), VRT and DIAS in collaborating with innovative small businesses, startups and researchers to develop powerful and meaningful personalisation tools. Content Personalisation Network (CPN) is supported by a strong consortium including news organisations Deutsche Welle (DW), VRT and DIAS each leading news organisations in their respective countries (Germany, Belgium and Cyprus).
Who should get involved
This event is designed for media organisations and senior editorial staff with an active role in evolving customer experience. If you are interested in networking and collaborating with innovative startups and companies, testing and giving product feedback or working with other leading media organisations to gain inspiration and insights, register your interest.
Why should you get involved
The aim of this event is to develop tools to provide compelling user experiences which push the right content in the right format at the right time. This activity will enable the co-creation of tailored solutions such as :
- Advanced analytics tools for sentiment analysis and collective intelligence
- Tools for identifying contextual information relating to stories for news and other sources (e.g. social or advertising)
- Summarisation tools for text and other information
- Recommendation systems
- News bots, smart speakers and digital assistant services
- Solving the filter bubble/echochamber problem
- Machine translation
If you would like to attend this event, please register your interest.