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MediaTech 360 Day Two to explore business transformation

What does AI mean for broadcast?

Day Two of the MediaTech 360 Summit will focus on business transformation.

Following an introduction from chairman Niall Duffy, the agenda kicks off with a look at the top tech trends through to 2020, including agile business models, IoT and cloud-based TV.

Duffy will return to the stage for one of the key discussions of the day: What does AI mean for broadcast? Steve Sharman, director, Hackthorn Innovation’s Steve Sharman, Ernst & Young’s Martyn Whistler and IBM Europe’s Dominic Stone will explore the the practical applications of AI in media and broadcast operations, and look to ascertain how far AI can go.

Following a lunch break, Google’s Justin Gupta will join DPP managing director Mark Harrison and Sundog Media Toolkit’s Richard Welsh for the TV is not dead; it is reborn keynote panel discussion before a Sony HDR masterclass and two more panel discussions: Beyond broadcast – what are the strategies? and Operational challenges in the market, which will feature key names from BT Sport, UKTV, Ericsson and Freesat.

Duffy will then wrap up the two-Day Summit with an overview of of the inaugural event as we once again look ahead to a trip to the RAI in September.

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