In the Media: Journalisten.no reports on new prototypes of AI tools developed by MediaFutures’ PhD candidate Sohail Ahmed Khan in collaboration with Faktisk.no
The first prototype is a deep learning-based military vehicle classification web prototype which can predict the make/model of a military vehicle present in an image. The second prototype is a language detection, transcription and translation web service based on OpenAI’s Whisper model.
Under which conditions do news recommender systems amplify or reduce selective exposure? Study by Erik Knudsen provides a new framework to answer the question
In a recently published article in the Journal of Communication, researcher Erik Knudsen presents a new framework that aims to enable researchers to model and study the conditional effects of news recommender systems on selective exposure.
A new study co-authored by MediaFutures’ researcher Samia Touileb, shows that some of the popular Norwegian, Danish, and Swedish language models generate harmful and gender-biased stereotypes. The finding goes against the general expectations related to gender equality in Scandinavian countries.
With 2022 fast drawing to a close, here is a look back at the centre’s achievements and results from the passing year.
Presentations and research posters from the conference are now available.
Held on November 15th and 16th in Media City Bergen, MediaFutures’ 2nd Annual Meeting came out to be a great success. With over 130 registered guests, the annual conference provided a great opportunity for researchers and industry practitioners to come together, and to discuss the centre’s latest achievements, and reflect on challenges.