Essential Legal Framework
AI: Ethics and Legal Aspects
Artificial Intelligence is changing the technological landscape rapidly. This also affects the audiovisual industry and offers many possibilities but also presents legal and ethical challenges that need careful consideration: collecting and analyzing reliable data, handling this data responsibly, risks of legal infringements of copyright or personal rights and model bias.
This compact online seminar offers industry professionals an overview on the current state of AI, with a focus on the audiovisual industry, and breaks down the most important legal and ethical aspects audiovisual professionals need to consider before implementing it in their work. Participants will also be introduced to useful AI applications for the audiovisual industry.
* This online seminar is made possible thanks to the continuous funding by the Creative Europe - MEDIA program.
|Online via Zoom
|October 17, 2023
|14:00 - 18:00 (CEST)
|Scholarships available (see below)
Program schedule in 2023
Presented AI ApplicationS In 2023
Wantent is an AI-powered content intelligence platform providing insights from the audience. Our mission is to make a positive impact on a content production industry globally and contribute to improvement of watching experience.
Our unique solution captures the audience’s reaction to any video content, estimates viewers’ attitude and engagement during the watching, and provides recommendations for improvements.
We cooperate with video production companies, OTT platforms, TV channels, and Advertising agencies to discover actionable insights.
Volucap is a leading company in the field of volumetric video capture and is located in Studio Babelsberg, Germany. Using cutting-edge technology and innovative methods, Volucap enables the capture and playback of real people and objects in high quality for use in Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Mixed Reality (XR) applications.
The Volucap technology is based on a system of more than 40 cameras that simultaneously capture people and objects from different perspectives. The captured data is then combined into a single 3D representation that can be seamlessly integrated into the digital world. This process allows for photorealistic and immersive experiences in various application areas such as film, television, gaming, and industry.
Erich Pommer Institut Scholarships
A number of mostly partial scholarships is available for nationals of the following countries thanks to our Creative Europe - MEDIA funding: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Participants from countries that are not part of European Union's MEDIA initiative may still be viable for a scholarship depending on their participation in the MEDIA strand. These countries include: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Republic of Serbia and Ukraine.
Please register here to apply for a scholarship until October 9. Please do not book the online seminar when applying for a scholarship.
If you are experiencing financial hardship, please get in touch to discuss potential options with us.
We encourage all applicants to seek financial support with their national/regional funding bodies.